Doreyl Ammons Cain, Creating Art in the Woods

by doreyl Email

Doreyl At ColorFest Downtown Sylva Western North Carolina, USA, 2010

There is now a way to leave your comments! Just click on this link and say what you think!

 

Please remember to put my art workshops on your schedule for 2014! The first Saturday of most every month from 2 PM till 5PM. To make a reservation or request information click on the comments link above. Below is the calender of my beginner & intermediate pastel painting workshops for this year- 2014 from 2-5 pm every 1st Saturday:

 

On SundaySeptember 7 at 2:00 PM the 6th in a monthly series of Catch the Spirit of Appalachia (CSA) art workshops will be located at Nature's Home nature preserve in Tuckasegee, NC. Conducted by Doreyl Ammons Cain, this mountain landscape painting workshop covers the basics in pastel painting on location, including color combining and composition.

"Based on creativity, this nature oriented workshop will help you gain trust in your own talents and abilities. Using a unique layering technique, you can discover a whole new world of color and creativity!" says Doreyl Ammons Cain.

Open to beginners and artists that want to learn a new technique: To register for the September workshop contact Doreyl Ammons Cain on-line at www.facebook.com/MuralistDoreyl or call 828-231-6965 for more information. A $36 materials fee covers all art supplies needed for the workshop.

 

Other dates-  October 4 (Fall landscape), November 1 (Figure painting), December 6 (art for gift giving). Hope to see you here for the workshops, it is always great fun to create art together!

 

 

Am busy working on arts grants for my next mural project! “Little Place” is an art mural project that I am passionate about. "Little Place" artwork tells the stories of a whole community of people. This project brings together the Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center (SVCAC) and Catch the Spirit of Appalachia (CSA), two non-profit organizations whose mission is to preserve and honor Southern Appalachian Mountain heritage through the arts. Using art to honor the people and nature of the southern Appalachians has been my mission as an artist since returning home to the mountains of Western North Carolina twenty five years ago. Bringing this mural art to the public’s eye will bring many benefits to the small village at Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center and Graham County. This project will stretch my abilities as an artist and bring an artistic challenge, which is so necessary for growth. Will be updating as this progresses!

 

Really enjoyed the mural plaque presentation today! Here's a few of the happy guests. Geri Dotson was taking the pictures, her daughter is next to me, Timm Muth in the background and Terry Michelsen on the left. A beautiful plaque and a lovely day! Chief Nimrod is watching over the whole proceeding!

 

My greatest desire is always to benefit someone with my artwork, raise the spirits, turn a bad day into a good one and to raise awareness of the benefits of creating artwork for yourself. My murals are intended to put art before the eyes of everyone, so these benefits can reach more people! The mural below was done for the Cumberland Gap National Park.

Attend an art class in 2014 and feel the enjoyment of creativity! My classes are the first Saturday of every month starting in April.

Is creating your own art on your list of goals for 20014? One way to start is to attend an art workshop by a local artist!

Mural Artist Doreyl at Nature's Home Preserve, in the Blue Ridge Mountains

 

Been cleaning out my house to make room for 2014! Also setting my vision for the year and "getting more people involved in art" is my goal. Why? Because we are all creative and using our creativity will bring a happier more peaceful world! This is my purpose for creating public art, murals, art for books and on Facebook. Now, how can I reach more people with this message? Maybe you can help by sharing this with your friends...
Above is a panel from my mural 'Majesty of Mountain Heritage' which celebrates our Native, African and Scotch Irish American heritage.


Christmas in the Mountains churns up great memories of snow, sleds, snow cream and hot apple pie! My next art show is called "Christmas in the Mountains," December 14, 10 am - 5 pm, an indoor art and craft show at the Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center in Robbinsville. One of my favorite places for the old fashioned memories it stirs up! I'll be there with my original art, art prints and will be demonstrating pastel painting. Stop by and visit a spell...you may find the treasures you're looking for!
www.doreylsart.com



The unveiling of the Dillsboro Mural was done by Freeman Owle, Cherokee storyteller, historian and artist! The Mayor of Dillsboro, Mike Fitzgerald introduced Freeman Owle who told stories about Eastern Band Of Cherokee Chief Nimrod Jarrett Smith. Some of Chief Nimrod's great, great grandchildern where acknowledged. I spoke of the Dills couple who founded Dillsboro and of the mountain plants and animals that are now deminishing. It was a wonderful day at Colorfest!
Unveiling Nineteenth Century Dillsboro Mural
at Colorfest: Art & Taste of Appalachia

A Celebration of American Artisans
Dillsboro, NC • October 5, 2013
-10am



The Mural story The story of the founding of Dillsboro is most unusual. Very little has been written about it, so at first finding information about Dillsboro was difficult for mural artist, Doreyl Ammons Cain. Beginning in December 2012 with the help of George Frizzell, Head of Special Collections at the Hunter Library at Western Carolina University; Tyler B. Howe, Eastern Band of Cherokee Tribal Historic Preservation Specialist and Amy Ammons Garza, Co-Founder of Catch the Spirit of Appalachia, the story finally unraveled.

 

"William Allen Dills was captured during the Civil War and was sent to prison in Camp Douglas Missouri. He found some books on numbers at the camp and studied about surveying. Once released he returned to Jackson County, where he became the county surveyor, met and married Alice Enloe. Together they built a home and farm overlooking Scotts Creek and the Tuckasegee River. In 1882 the first train into the area stopped on the Dills farm. So many people came that William laid out a whole town around where it stopped to service the visitors. The Jarrett House was the first hotel built and he laid out the rest of the town with streets and lots and established a mail line with covered wagons that traveled twenty one miles over a dirt road and Cowee Mountain to Franklin.

Meanwhile in the neighboring Eastern Band of Cherokee reservation, 3rd Principle Chief Nimrod Jarrett Smith (Tsaladihi.) was making great changes for the Cherokee as well. A well-educated and well-spoken man, he was fluent in both Cherokee and English. He was elected Principal Chief in 1880 upon the death of his immediate predecessor, Lloyd Welch. He exercised unprecedented influence among the Eastern Cherokee working actively for official US.. government recognition for the band as a tribe under federal law and was successful. He was also chiefly responsible for the incorporation of the Eastern Band as a legal entity by the North Carolina legislature."

William Allen Dills, his wife Alice Enloe and Chief Nimrod Jarrett Smith are honored in this mural which has taken Doreyl Ammons Cain nine months to complete. During this time she wrote grants to help fund the project, put the project on Kickstarter twice and appealed to the community for donations. A plaque honoring those who contributed is being attached to the mural.
The unveiling of the Nineteenth Century Dillsboro mural "On Hallowed Ground" will take place on October 5, 2013 at 10 am to open ColorFest, Art & Taste of Appalachia in Dillsboro. Eastern Band of Cherokee Principle Chief Michel Hicks will be on hand to officially unveil the mural, storyteller Freeman Owl will share stories about Chief Nimrod Jarrett Smith and Doreyl Ammons Cain will share her mural story. Cain says " This mural, "On Hallowed Ground"  truly reflects the spirit of Appalachia, one of creativity and courage!"

ColorFest, Art & Taste of Appalachia October 5, 2013-10 AM- 4 PM The historic town of Dillsboro will be the place you want to be on Saturday, October 5, 2013! You’ll experience fine art, fine music, and homemade apple butter!
The culture of the Blue Ridge Mountains has always reflected a spirit of individuality and independence. These traits fit well in the advocation of handmade, one-of-a-kind artistry. The people excel in music, the visual arts and most any handmade, priceless gem. Naturally masterful paintings, quilts, carvings, sculpture, metal works, wood works, glass art, hand-caned chairs, folk & mountain music, clogging—all have a flavor that’s irresistible. Surrounded by the spectacular beauty of fall in the mountains, in the historic walk-about town of Dillsboro during ColorFest, you can talk with local artisans, authors and musicians as you wander through the picturesque town, unique shops and choice restaurants. Dillsboro is located in Jackson County at the intersection of US Hwys. 19/74 and 441.

See samples of the ColorFest artist’s work, click on ColorFest 2013.

Produced by Catch the Spirit of Appalachia, Inc. in partnership with the Dillsboro Merchants Association and Jackson County Chamber of Commerce with funding from the Jackson County Arts Council and Asheville Area Arts Council. This project received support from the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources, with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, who believes that "a great country deserves great art." For more information: 828-631-4587


Support for the Dillsboro Mural: “On Hallowed Ground” is being produced through the support of the communiy and arts grants from the Jackson County Arts Council and the Asheville Area Arts Council “Art in the Park” award.  

 

Everyday We Become More

Each generation has it’s own unique flavor. No matter where you’re from, what you do, there’s something special about the world during your lifetime. The Revolution, the Civil War, ‘Big Depression,’ the Flappers, War Babies, “Flower Children, Viet Nam, The Tsusami... the list goes on. We’re all learning. When looking back a throughout my past, I wonder at the changes, the person I’ve become and the changes yet to come.

My life began at the base of Horse Shoe Rock in the Little Canada section of Jackson County, NC. Delivered naturally by a relative at home, I grew up living in the backwoods and exploring nature. By other’s standards, my family were poor mountain folks, yet I didn’t know life any other way. My Dad taught me that I could accomplish anything, if I really wanted it. I believed him and went on to work my way through college and on into a Masters of Arts in a special major, Biological/medical Illustration at the California State University at Long Beach. The arts became my life and tremendous rewards came through my chosen advocation. With every step in my world of art, I became more.

Today I have moved full circle back into living close to nature and creating large art murals about our beautiful mountain heritage. During my research about this area of the Smoky Mountains my eyes have opened even wider to the deep legacy we share here. Our roots intertwine with those who have paved the way and with every passing day we become more.

Some of those who lived here in the 1880’s are a part of my new mural “On Hallowed Ground.” One such person is Eastern Band of Cherokee 3rd Principle Chief Nimrod Jarrett Smith (Tsaladihi.) A well-educated and well-spoken man, he was fluent in both Cherokee and English, although he had learned Cherokee as a second language. He was elected Principal Chief in 1880 upon the death of his immediate predecessor, Lloyd Welch. He exercised unprecedented power over and influence among the Eastern Cherokee working actively for official U.S. government recognition for the band as a tribe under federal law and was successful. He was also chiefly responsible for the incorporation of the Eastern Band as a legal entity by the North Carolina legislature. In 1887 he was host to ethnologist James Mooney during Mooney's first visit to the Eastern Band in western North Carolina. In that year Mooney observed a Green Corn Dance that became the last such ritual enacted by the tribe for over a century.

The following was published upon his death in the Franklin Press, Aug. 9,1893 - Vol.VII, No.43 : “Chief Smith was the most prominent member of the Eastern band of Cherokees. He was born in Cherokee County about 50 years ago. He was pretty well educated, quite intelligent, a man of honor, and made friends among the whites wherever he went. To form his acquaintance was to become his friend. He was a man of splendid physique, straight and majestic in build, while his hair hung in jet black curls about his shoulders. He was one-fourth withe. He leaves a wife, and two sons and three daughters. He was a prominent Mason, and was buried with Masonic honors at Yellow Hill on the 5th inst. He was a good man, and the Cherokees will mourn his death.”

The unveiling of my mural “On Hallowed Ground” will take place on October 5, 2013 at 10 am to open ColorFest, Art & Taste of Appalachia in Dillsboro. Eastern Band of Cherokee Principle Chief Michael Hicks will be on hand to officially unveil the mural. Very appropriate, for Chief Hicks has achieved much for the Eastern Band of Cherokee and with every step forward, will become more.





Painting and Planting

Life is tough and wonderful all at the same time. Even though planting my spring garden is grueling, sweaty work, I love watching the tiny plants push their heads up through the earth. Even more, enjoying fresh, delectable tomatoes, squash, green beans, sweet peas and sweet corn during the summer months just makes warm mountain days extra special. Of course it takes more work to pick the vegetables, wash them and prepare them from scratch. You could say, what you remember as wonderful takes a bit of effort to produce, especially those creations that mean a lot and make a difference. Life is a ‘roll up your sleeves and get to it’ proposition.

This is especially true of the process of creating art in the woods. My yurt studio is a scene out of a movie script of utter chaos. Huge art boards nearly touch the 11 foot ceiling. Several levels of ladders face the boards, while a tiny stool sits near the bottom. Nearly 50 brushes ranging from tiny bristles to large flat sables and horse hair, all lay scattered as I use them. Like picking up pieces from shattered glass, the painting develops on the boards into balance, harmony and clarity...quite an adventure.

Creativity is a labor of love that once experienced, becomes a passion. Everyone can experience painting and planting, with some work. That’s why my art workshops for 2013 are entitled " "Discovering Your Hidden Artist." They happen the first Saturday of the month— 2 PM- 5 PM, Nature’s Home Preserve, Tuckasegee, WNC

This pastel art class is inclusive, yet sets you on a journey towards greater learning. You’ll experience the adventure of painting with pastels the nature around you. Creating a quick composition through placement of dark and light colors and simple shapes you’ll learn the basics in the use of pastels, color, composition and finishing detail. During inclement weather, the workshops are conducted in my Yurt studio at Nature’s Home Preserve. Weather permitting there is possible hiking involved and each person will complete a Plein Air or still life painting in every class. Some of the techniques covered are: spontaneous composition, working with complementary colors, figure painting, botanical drawing, landscape and still life painting. The fee is $36 each class with all materials furnished. Open to beginning and experienced art students.

Every day, I paint!

Making progress on painting the Dillsboro mural.  Every day is a new experience with color, harmony and perspective. Above are a few details from the mural, "in progress of course!" You can check in on my new Facebook page: Muralist Doreyl, to comment and/or have a conversation!

 

Ablaze with Life!

It’s remarkable... the stories, the creative spirit and shared heritage here in the mountains. To capture a small part of it is quite an accomplishment. Both my sister Amy Ammons Garza, storyteller and I, visual artist are dedicated to telling the stories through art and words.

Keeping warm inside my yurt studio has been a challenge throughout the month of February and is getting somewhat better this March. Yet, through all this I’ve been painting a large mural to honor that creative Appalachian spirit; it’s called "On Hallowed Ground.." Based on my rough pastel sketch, the mural is beginning to take on a life of it’s own. The sketch has helped me get started, yet the finished mural will be decidedly different! The two main characters in this pictorial epic into the 1800’s are a Dills couple, William Allen Dills, founder of the town of Dillsboro and his wife, Alice Enloe Dills. They sit at the top of a mountain overlooking the patchwork town of Dillsboro. The town is ablaze with life! Another interesting person who sits overlooking the scene is Col-lee, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Chief of the 1830’s. He looks so colorful, so interesting. What a tale he could tell!

“On Hallowed Ground” is an art mural project that tells the story of Dillsboro, North Carolina. Using art to honor the people and nature of the southern Appalachians has been my mission as an artist since returning home to the mountains twenty two years ago. Bringing this art to the public’s eye is extremely important, so large sized murals placed in public venues have become the true artistic expression for me. This project is already stretching my abilities as an artist and bringing an artistic challenge, which I am diligently working through.



About Doreyl Ammons Cain

Running the Blue Ridge Mountains as a child, examining bugs, sliding down rough rocks tumbling with water and delighting in the colors of nature all transformed me into an artist. As early as 4 year old I drew birds with a stick in the sandy road in front of our cabin. The backwoods became my laboratory and the mountains my inspiration.

Fascinated with nature, I grew up to become a Biological-Medical Illustrator, working my way into a Master of Arts degree from California State University at Long Beach. Returning home in 1990 after 30 years in California, I've loved the past 25 years of creating spontaneous artwork along side my sister, Amy Ammons Garza-storyteller. We co-founded Catch the Spirit of Appalachia (CSA), a no n-profit group planting the seeds of heritage through the arts in the Southeastern United States and beyond. Online at spiritofappalachia.org

Today my husband Jerry and I live on a nature preserve which we pioneered throughout the past 15 years, creating a sustainable life-style for leaving a small footprint on the earth. We've found peace here in the solitude, protected by rows of mountains.  It's the perfect spot for creating art for children's books and for my own line of limited edition fine art prints & note cards. The first Saturday of every month artists gather on the preserve to take part in my painting workshop called "Finding the Hidden Artist" and they too find their place in nature here.

As a speaker I am co-host of CSA's "Stories of Mountain Folk" radio show and as an author I write a column called "Art in the Woods" & have written three creativity art books (the latest called "Learning to Fly") and co-authored "Catch the Spirit of Creativity." As an artist I am also a passionate muralist honoring the mountain folk and the beauties of nature.

Please click on the numbers below or catagories to the right to find out much more! Also click on:  www.doreylsart.com to view a few pieces of my art.

You can find my artprints gallery at www.yurtstudio.com

Listen to "Stories of Mountain Folk" at storiesofmountainfolk.com and purchase a book at csabooks.com

 


span style=

span style=

...

Attachments:

54 comments

Comment from: day trading [Visitor]
day tradingHey There. I found your blog using msn. This is an extremely neatly written article.
I'll be sure to bookmark it and come back to learn extra of your helpful information.

Thank you for the post. I'll definitely comeback.
01/25/14 @ 10:57
Comment from: web site [Visitor]
web siteWhoa! This blog looks just like my old one! It's on a entirely different subject but it has pretty much the same
layout and design. Superb choice of colors!
01/25/14 @ 08:37
Comment from: better view music [Visitor]
better view musicGood day I am so excited I found your weblog, I really found you by accident, while I was searching on Yahoo for something else, Anyways I am
here now and would just like to say thank you for a fantastic post and a all round enjoyable blog (I also love the theme/design),
I don't have time to read through it all at the minute but I have book-marked it
and also added in your RSS feeds, so when I have time I will
be back to read a lot more, Please do keep up the excellent work.
01/25/14 @ 07:27
Comment from: merchant funding scam [Visitor]
merchant funding scamI really like your blog.. very nice colors & theme.
Did you make this website yourself or did you hire
someone to do it for you? Plz respond as I'm looking to construct my own blog and
would like to find out where u got this from. thanks
01/25/14 @ 02:43
Comment from: Kuchnie Szczecin [Visitor]
Kuchnie SzczecinUndeniably imagine that which you stated. Your favourite justification appeared to be on the net the easiest factor to be mindful of.
I say to you, I definitely get irked even as folks consider issues that they plainly don't
know about. You controlled to hit the nail upon the highest as
well as outlined out the entire thing with no need side-effects , folks can take a signal.
Will probably be back to get more. Thanks
01/25/14 @ 01:26
Comment from: Custom bottled water [Visitor]
Custom bottled waterAdmiring the time and effort you put into your blog and detailed information you provide.
It's nice to come across a blog every once in a while that isn't the
same out of date rehashed information. Fantastic read!
I've saved your site and I'm including your RSS feeds to my Google account.
01/25/14 @ 01:15
http://beforeitsnews.comHi there it's me,I am also visiting this web siye daily, this website
is truly pleasant and the visitors are in fact sharing fastidious thoughts.
01/25/14 @ 00:04
Comment from: bars in pasadena [Visitor]
bars in pasadenaI am regular visitor, how are you everybody? This piece of writing posted at this web site is truly nice.
01/24/14 @ 19:02
Comment from: ____ teamspeak 3 [Visitor]
____ teamspeak 3Amazing blog! Do you have any helpful hints for aspiring writers?
I'm hoping to start my own blog soon but I'm a little lost on everything.
Would you recommend starting with a free platform like
Wordpress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I'm totally confused ..
Any recommendations? Cheers!
01/24/14 @ 07:51
Comment from: Sabine [Visitor]
SabineMy brother suggested I might like this blog.
He was totally right. This post actually made my day.
You cann't imagine simply how much time I had spent for this information!
Thanks!
01/24/14 @ 03:47
Comment from: Melinda [Visitor]
MelindaWonderful site. Plenty of useful information here. I am sending it to several friends
ans additionally sharing in delicious. And naturally, thank you in your effort!
01/24/14 @ 01:35
stephenomayer.blogbaker.comWe stumbled over here from a different web page and thought I may aas well check things out.
I like what I see so i am just following you. Look forward to going over your web
page for a second time.
01/23/14 @ 17:49
safelist pirate reviewI_m not that much of a internet reader to be honest
but your sites really nice, keep it up! I'll go ahead
and bookmark your website to come back in the future.
Cheers
01/23/14 @ 14:51
Comment from: Candra [Visitor]
CandraI absolutely love your blog and find many of your post's
to be just what I'm looking for. Do you offer guest writers
to write content in your case? I wouldn't mind creating
a post or elaborating on many of the subjects you write in
relation to here. Again, awesome web site!
01/23/14 @ 12:29
Comment from: Annie [Visitor]
AnnieJust wish to say your article is as surprising. The clarity on your submit is just great and that i can think you're an expert on
this subject. Fine with your permission allow me to clutch your RSS
feed to keep updated with approaching post. Thank you 1,000,000 and
please keep up the rewarding work.
01/23/14 @ 03:00
Comment from: hcg injections [Visitor]
hcg injectionsHowdy! Do you use Twitter? I'd like to follow you if that would be okay.
I'm definitely enjoying your blog and look forward to new posts.
01/23/14 @ 01:26
Comment from: growing taller [Visitor]
growing tallerWow, awesome weblog layout! How long have you ever been running a blog for?
you make running a blog glance easy. The full glance
of your website is excellent, let alone the content material!
01/23/14 @ 00:20
Comment from: hotels [Visitor]
hotelsSuperb, what a blog it is! This bkog provides helpful facts to us, keep iit up.
01/22/14 @ 17:42
Comment from: Gudrun [Visitor]
GudrunHeya i'm for the first time here. I came across this board and I in finding It truly helpful & it helped me out much.
I'm hoping to offer one thing back and help others like you helped me.
01/22/14 @ 16:59
Comment from: tecnofive.it [Visitor]
*****
tecnofive.itHey very nice blog!
12/13/13 @ 11:29
*****
antivirus for exchange 2003I have read so many articles regarding the blogger lovers however this piece of writing is really
a fastidious post, keep it up.
11/12/13 @ 19:45
*****
bran594mla.wallinside.comyou're in point of fact a excellent webmaster. The web site loading velocity is amazing. It sort of feels that you're doing any unique trick.
Furthermore, The contents are masterwork. you have
performed a wonderful task in this subject!
10/02/13 @ 13:42
Comment from: tanzanite [Visitor]
*****
tanzaniteMy brother recommended I might like this web
site. He used to be entirely right. This publish actually made my day.
You can not believe just how a lot time I had spent for
this info! Thanks!
07/20/13 @ 00:47
Comment from: box [Visitor]
*****
boxI_m not that much of a online reader to be honest but your blogs really nice, keep it up!
I'll go ahead and bookmark your site to come back later on. All the best
03/14/13 @ 06:31
*****
http://verycheapholidays.kazeo.com/wanted to make you acutely aware, you are the top rated piece of writing on tumblr this morning!

congratulations
03/11/13 @ 12:54
Comment from: Mickey [Visitor]
*****
MickeyHi there! I could have sworn I've been to this website before but after browsing through some of the post I realized it's new to me.
Anyways, I'm definitely glad I found it and I'll be bookmarking and checking back often!
03/10/13 @ 19:48
Comment from: insomnia cookies [Visitor]
*****
insomnia cookiesVery nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and
wanted to say that I have truly enjoyed browsing your blog posts.
In any case I'll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again soon!
03/09/13 @ 11:32
Comment from: Concetta [Visitor]
*****
ConcettaI absolutely love your blog and find almost all
of your post's to be precisely what I'm looking for.
Would you offer guest writers to write content for you?
I wouldn't mind producing a post or elaborating on some of the subjects you write about here. Again, awesome weblog!
03/08/13 @ 18:37
Comment from: plurk.Com [Visitor]
*****
plurk.ComExcellent, what a website it is! This web site gives useful facts to
us, keep it up.
03/08/13 @ 13:43
*****
Chris Wolfe Antique Furniture Store Frederick MD MarylandIf you wish for to improve your experience simply keep visiting
this web page and be updated with the most up-to-date information posted here.
03/08/13 @ 11:51
Comment from: Dwayne [Visitor]
*****
DwayneWe are a group of volunteers and starting a new scheme in our community.

Your website offered us with valuable info to work on.
You've done a formidable job and our whole community will be thankful to you.
03/07/13 @ 18:18
Comment from: Darren [Visitor]
*****
DarrenThis is a topic that is close to my heart.
.. Cheers! Where are your contact details though?


My website: www.doreylart.com
03/07/13 @ 08:56
*****
keys made miami beach car locksWhen someone writes an post he/she keeps the image of a user
in his/her mind that how a user can know it.
Thus that's why this paragraph is great. Thanks!
03/05/13 @ 19:51
*****
cheap discount car rental italyHey there! Someone in my Myspace group shared this website with us so
I came to give it a look. I'm definitely enjoying the information. I'm
bookmarking and will be tweeting this to my followers!

Fantastic blog and great design and style.
03/04/13 @ 18:07
Comment from: minecraft for free [Visitor]
*****
minecraft for freeI've learn some excellent stuff here. Certainly value bookmarking for revisiting. I wonder how much effort you set to create the sort of excellent informative website.
03/04/13 @ 00:38
Comment from: Virtual DJ download [Visitor]
*****
Virtual DJ downloadI have been exploring for a little for any high-quality articles or blog
posts in this kind of area . Exploring in Yahoo I eventually stumbled upon this web site.
Studying this info So i am satisfied to convey that I have an
incredibly good uncanny feeling I discovered just what I needed.
I so much surely will make sure to do not disregard
this site and provides it a look regularly.
03/03/13 @ 19:48
*****
prizes every hour sweepstakeswhoah this weblog is excellent i love reading your articles.
Keep up the great work! You already know, lots of individuals are hunting around for this info, you could help them greatly.
03/03/13 @ 03:42
Comment from: Krystal [Visitor]
*****
KrystalHi to every , because I am really eager of reading this web site's post to be updated daily. It includes nice data.
03/02/13 @ 20:27
Comment from: Garden Chair pads [Visitor]
*****
Garden Chair padsI'm really impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your weblog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Either way keep up the excellent quality writing, it is rare to see a nice blog like this one today.


This blog is authentically the way we live in the mountains of Appalachia, we created it ourselves...Doreyl
03/01/13 @ 06:12
Comment from: Arlene [Visitor]
*****
ArleneI've been browsing online more than three hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It's pretty worth enough for me.
Personally, if all site owners and bloggers made good content as you did,
the web will be a lot more useful than ever before.
02/25/13 @ 03:26
Comment from: cheap toys [Visitor]
*****
cheap toysGreetings! Very useful advice in this particular post!
It is the little changes which will make the biggest changes.

Many thanks for sharing!
02/23/13 @ 19:44
Comment from: trusted builders [Visitor]
*****
trusted buildersHmm it appears like your website ate my first comment (it was super long) so I
guess I'll just sum it up what I submitted and say, I'm thoroughly enjoying your blog.
I too am an aspiring blog blogger but I'm still new to the whole thing. Do you have any tips for rookie blog writers? I'd definitely appreciate it.


Just speak from your heart!The free blog sites are out there to use. Good luck! Doreyl
02/23/13 @ 07:53
Comment from: Philadelphia [Visitor]
*****
PhiladelphiaLink exchange is nothing else however it is only placing the
other person's webpage link on your page at proper place and other person will also do same in favor of you.
02/22/13 @ 10:34
Comment from: procera avh [Visitor]
*****
procera avhWhat's up, after reading this awesome article i am also cheerful to share my knowledge here with friends.



Great, Thanks for visiting, Doreyl
02/20/13 @ 09:33
Comment from: Elise [Visitor]
*****
EliseIn that respect, this item does function or at the very least does not make untrue claims.


Thanks,
Doreyl
02/19/13 @ 20:28
Comment from: http://www.prweb.com/ [Visitor]
*****
http://www.prweb.com/What's Happening i am new to this, I stumbled upon this I've found It absolutely helpful and it has helped me out loads.

I am hoping to give a contribution & assist other users like its aided me.

Good job.
02/17/13 @ 00:59
Comment from: for sale [Visitor]
*****
for saleWay cool! Some extremely valid points! I appreciate you writing this post
plus the rest of the website is also very good.
02/16/13 @ 23:54
Comment from: senuke alternative [Visitor]
*****
senuke alternativeGood way of telling, and good post to obtain information concerning my presentation subject,
which i am going to present in institution of higher education.
02/12/13 @ 16:19
Comment from: Pikavippi 50 30pv [Visitor]
*****
Pikavippi 50 30pvOh my goodness! Awesome article dude! Thank you so much, However I am going through
troubles with your RSS. I don't understand why I can't join it.
Is there anyone else having identical RSS issues? Anyone that knows the answer can you kindly respond?
Thanks!!
02/12/13 @ 07:49
Comment from: oslob whale sharks [Visitor]
*****
oslob whale sharksI like the valuable info you provide in your articles.
I'll bookmark your blog and check again here regularly. I'm quite sure I'll learn many new stuff right here! Best of luck for the next!
02/11/13 @ 06:21
Comment from: laibridinfe1974 [Visitor]
laibridinfe1974I definitely have the same opinion with you concerning this topic. Nice entry. Already bookmarked for future reference. =-=
12/19/11 @ 18:17
Comment from: MisShide [Visitor]
MisShideit'll be a great asset indeed, creativity does go a long way :) thanks.
11/27/11 @ 20:30
Comment from: Terry Michelsen [Visitor]
Terry MichelsenI love that you have created this wonderful blog. I am new to blogging. So I hope I am doing it right. I miss you lots more than you know. You inspire my creativity, limited as it is. Love you!
02/12/11 @ 21:15
Comment from: Brenda McAfee [Visitor] Email
Brenda McAfeeThis will be a great asset to us lovers of CSA. So glad you did this Doreyl...we appreciate you a whole heck of a lot.
Much appreciated,
Brenda McAfee
02/12/11 @ 10:55

Leave a comment


Your email address will not be revealed on this site.

Your URL will be displayed.
(Line breaks become <br />)
(Name, email & website)
(Allow users to contact you through a message form (your email will not be revealed.)