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Silver For Baby


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  • John Denver (December 31, 1943 - October 12, 1997), born Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr., was an American singer-songwriter, actor, activist, and poet.
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  • made from or largely consisting of silver; "silver bracelets"
  • Provide (mirror glass) with a backing of a silver-colored material in order to make it reflective
  • Coat or plate with silver
  • (esp. of the moon) Give a silvery appearance to
  • coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam; "silver the necklace"
  • a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography
silver for baby - The Legend
The Legend of Baby Doe: The Life and Times of the Silver Queen of the West
The Legend of Baby Doe: The Life and Times of the Silver Queen of the West
In her pulchritudinous prime Baby Doe was called the Silver Queen of Colorado by journalists and "that shameless hussy" by the proper wives of the men who eyed her. Flirtatious, adventurous, ambitious, Elizabeth McCourt Doe gave everyone a lot to talk about when she met Horace Tabor, the Silver King of Leadville, in 1880. Three years later they were free to legalize their passion. Although thirty years separated them, they were well matched in romantic recklessness. If The Legend of Baby Doe is the lowdown on the high jinks of two public lives, it is also the story of a love that survived spectacularly good times and bad.
Before bad times came, Baby and Horace went on a spending spree. They built an opulent opera house in Denver and bought an Italian-ate villa. Baby Doe went out bejeweled and ermined, and sat at home alone, snubbed by the social dragons. John Burke has written about the giddy rise of a bonanza king who dreamed of entering the White House with Baby Doe on his arm and about the disastrous fall they took together. Wiped out by unwise investments and the Panic of 1893, Tabor soon died, leaving Baby Doe and their two daughters penniless. Reportedly, his deathbed order was to "hang on to the Matchless," a played-out mine filled with water. She managed to do that for almost four decades, struggling heroically against loneliness, poverty, and heartbreak, and becoming one of the great legends of the American West.

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"Baby" Medallion
"Baby" Medallion
My dear friend Lori's beloved cat Baby passed away earlier this year and my boss Raj gave me a commission to design and execute a medallion for Baby's urn. This was the first project I *almost* spent more time cleaning the wax than I did cleaning the resulting cast. Imperfections in the wax are paid forward in metal which isn't nearly as easy to polish up. I'd been observing Jeanie's perfectly formed peapod forms at each stage of life and glowing green with envy over the relatively minor amount of work she had to touch up on the metal and decided to steal any technique I could, starting with clean, clean forms. Photographically, this piece makes me appreciate properly hued lighting a bit more: this much semi-gloss silver picked up too much white tone from the fluorescents on hand and had to be retouched.
Baby card for Meilani
Baby card for Meilani
I made this card for my friend's baby, her baby's name is Bella. Paper: cartoon, red-gold stripe, paper wrap Bella's photo Font: CK-lamp from Vera Tag: 2 scallop tag (stripe and pink inside) from Mary Sticker: silver paws bought in Gramed

silver for baby
silver for baby
Yogababy : Exercises to Help You Bond With Your Baby Physically, Emotionally and Spiritually
A Whole New Way to Bond with Your Baby!

As a new parent, you are probably anxious about bonding with your baby. In Yoga Baby, you'll find a stress-free way to begin a healthy lifelong relationship between the two of you. Yoga BabyTM methods range from deep relaxation massage to postures enhancing specific developmental stages for your baby. Exercises are designed for newborns through two-year-olds to do with their mothers and caregivers, and they do not require previous yoga experience. While you give your baby a head start in sound emotional and physical learning, you and your baby will lay a solid foundation for a lifetime of learning and bonding together.

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