April 04, 2004


First coat of paint is up and it's beginning to look like home. But you know, I really need to find a suitable piece of art for above the couch. That big macrame knotted thingy is retro, and that's cool, but it has seen better days. It's time to send this one to Brini Maxwell.

Gosh, I just love Brini. Martha Stewart with an acknowledged Y chromosome, and nice about it, too. A queen without being a Diva.

Now if I could just nab some of those wonderful pieces off the set of her Style Network show... Hmmm...

Posted by Mamamontezz at April 4, 2004 12:23 AM

Mama: I inserted your blogroll from your old site, installend some roll-down comments and extended extry thingys, inserted the MuNu membership script that lists everyone alphabetically, enabled your category archives, installed code to list your trackback pings under the by-lne. That should get you up and running for now. I need to help some of the others get up too so we'll come back and finish later. Take a look at how everything is ordered in the sidebar and we'll change it around when you decide how you want it. I'll need to inster the categories archive code too.

Posted by: Madfish Willie at April 4, 2004 02:20 AM

As I said in my email, you are awesome.

Take your time. Take your time. I'm perfectly contented to play about in here and in there. Don't rush on my account. This looks awesome.

Did I do okay in the meantime? I just hope I didn't overly complicate things for you by playing with the template and such.

Posted by: Mamamontezz at April 4, 2004 02:34 AM

No... knock yourself out! Pretty blue colors! My high school colors were blue and gold, so it kind of grows on me. Later....

Posted by: Madfish Willie at April 4, 2004 02:43 AM

More tweaking... In your main template, you will find a line that says: <$MTInclude module="OldLinks"$ />. That is a "module template" that contains all the links from your old site. To edit this module, go to the bottom of the template editing page. You will see a link to a file named OldLinks. That's the one.

I inserted some images from your old site. If you want to move the banner text down, go to your stylesheet under

#banner {

and insert this code:


You will have to adjust the "150px" part to get it to line up where you want it to. Might have to play with it a few times to get it right. Good Luck!

Posted by: Madfish Willie at April 4, 2004 04:11 AM

Damn! I can't believe I missed the Yay-fest in the below post. Sorry I'm so late. . . but YAY! anyway. ;o)

Nice colors -- I just love the cool, soothing blue. You rawk!


Posted by: Emma at April 5, 2004 02:19 AM

poker me up

Posted by: poker me up at December 30, 2004 02:11 PM

I heard of your site and just wanted to see what´s up here. Really nice place. See you again sometime.

Posted by: Tendra Jane at January 17, 2005 04:34 AM

Below is all monet works.

Woman In A Green Dress painting

Winter At Giverny painting

View Over The Seas painting

Vetheuil In Summer painting

Vase Of Flowers painting

Train In The Country painting

The women in the Garden painting

The Valley Of Falaise painting

The Turkeys painting

The Thames And The Houses Of Parliament painting

The Studio Boat painting

The Shoot painting

The Seine Estuary At Honfleur painting

The Seine Below Rouen painting

The Seine At Rouen painting

The Seine At Lavacourt painting

The Seine At Bougival painting

The Seine At Argenteuil painting

The Seine At Argenteuil I painting

The Sea At Fecamp painting

The Road To Chailly painting

The Red Cape (Madame Monet) painting

The Red Boats painting

The Picnic painting

The Marina At Argenteuil painting

The Luncheon painting

The Ice-Floes painting

The Garden of the Princess painting

The Church Of Vernon In The Mist painting

The Church At Vetheuil painting

The Boats Regatta At Argenteuil painting

The Beach At Sainte-Adresse painting

Terrace at St Adresse painting

Sunset painting

Sunflowers painting

Sun Setting Over The Seine At Lavacourt painting

Still Life With Melon painting

Snow Effect With Setting Sun painting

Sailing At Sainte-Adresse painting

Sailing At Argenteuil painting

Rue Montargueil with Flags painting

Rough Sea At Etretat painting

Promenade Near Argenteuil painting

Poppy Field In A Hollow Near Giverny painting

Poplars painting

Pond at Montgeron painting

Palazzo da Mula at Venice painting

Monet_Self_Portrait_In_His_Atelier painting

London Houses of Parliament at Sunset painting

La Porte D Amount Etretat painting

La Japonaise painting

La Grenouillere painting

In The Woods At Giverny painting

Impression Sunrise painting

Hyde Park London painting

Haystacks at Giverny the evening sun painting

Haystacks At Chailly painting

Haystack snow effect painting

General View Of Rouen From St Catherine s Bank painting

Garden In Flower At Sainte-Adresse painting

Floating Ice Near Vetheuil painting

Cliffs Near Dieppe painting

Boulevard Des Capucines I painting

Beach at Honlfeux painting

Argenteuil painting

A Windmill at Zaandam painting

A Corner of the Studio painting

A Corner of the Apartment painting

Monet Spring Flowers painting

View At Rouelles, Le Havre painting

Camille At The Window painting

Landscape With Thunderstorm painting

Monet Purple Poppies painting

The Red Boats, Argenteuil painting

Regatta At Argenteuil painting

A Woman Reading painting

Wild Poppies, Near Argenteuil painting

Monet The Luncheon painting

Still Life Apples And Grapes painting

Springtime At Giverny painting

Apple Trees In Blossom painting

Tulip Fields With The Rijnsburg Windmill painting

Haystack at Giverny painting

Haystack At Giverny painting

In The Woods At Giverny painting

Girls In A Boat painting

Boating On The River Epte painting

In The Rowing Boat painting

The Seine At Port-Villez painting

Poplars on the Epte painting

Monet Water Lillies I painting

Monet The Waterlily Pond painting

Woman with a Parasol painting

Camille Monet in Japanese Costume painting

The garden in flower painting

The Artist Garden at Vetheuil painting

Jeanne-Marguerite Lecadre in the Garden painting

Boulevard des Capucines painting

Posted by: handmade painting at May 27, 2008 12:54 AM
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