Lisa Leonard Designs

stolen time.

April 5th | older posts

I got away for a quick overnighter and some time with my sisters.  Wait, didn’t she just go out of town (you might ask?)  Yes, but this was a spur-of-the-moment, let’s make it happen trip.  And being unexpected made it that much more precious!

Friday night I had dinner with Sue and Ellen.  Enriques–flautas & chocolate bread pudding, time to talk, tears, laughter.  It was sooo good.

Then down to the OC for a few hours with Chris.  Ahhh, loved every minute of it.
The drive down and back meant time alone, to think and sing and pray and dream.
So good to see my boys again and tuck them in tonight.  Now, to catch up on email (and maybe laundry!)

15 Responses

  1. Karyn says:

    Looks like fun. Where did you have the photo shoot done. It looks beautiful, as do you and Chrissie. The kids and I made your little pies today. Lot’s of fun and very tasty. I think those would be fun to make when the family comes over – a little dessert bar that the kids can share with their family. They would enjoy “hosting” the dessert.

  2. Angie says:

    Ok, so I was impressed with the first post about picnik, now seeing this post makes me want to REALLY check it out! Beautiful photos as always! :)

  3. Sol says:

    You are sooo lucky to have sisters…I am an only child and have always wanted brothers or sisters….You look so alike ;-} Beautiful sisters…I am happy for you,it`s good to get away on a spur of the momet trip…
    Looks like you had a great time.

  4. Laura and the family says:

    Wow, what the pictures are beautiful. I especially like the pictures of you and Chrissie. It made me wonder where did you have the photo shoot done if it was done in Orange County. I grew up in Orange County before moving to San Diego.

    Nice job, Lisa!

  5. Lisa Leonard says:

    We were at a women’s conference at Rancho Capistrano in San Juan Capistrano. The grounds are amazing. They do a lot of weddings there.

  6. LP Vintage says:

    I agree with the other posts that your photos are just beautiful!

    Thank you for suggesting the picnik site – you are a Master (Mistress?) of using their tools!

    I tried a couple of things but couldn’t get a border on the top and bottom and not on the sides like you did of your boys in the previous post – did you do that effect on the picnik site?

  7. Lisa Leonard says:

    The top and bottom border that your are seeing is under ‘effects’ and its called cinemascope. Also, you can keep adding frames (under create) to make the frame very thick or different colors. See ‘find joy pic’ in my last post.

  8. Angie says:

    *Edit: Signed up for picnik. I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much for “alerting” us of this. I probably never would have known! 😀

  9. Alice Wills Gold says:

    Sisters are tbe BEST!

  10. Ashley Ladd says:

    Cool photos and pretty jewelry

  11. Kristen says:

    looks like fun! love the photos and all the new picnik tricks :o)

  12. Amanda says:

    Just plain FUN. Seriously!

  13. Shan says:

    It was so good to spend time with you this weekend! I’m so glad that you got so much in! :}

  14. ~love says:

    these are so beautiful…and fun. thanks for sharing the site! =)

  15. LP Vintage says:

    Lisa, Thank You so much for taking the time to explain to me how to do the borders that I asked about in the above comment! I do appreciate that and have now figured it out.

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