"What a Wonderful World"
For a change of pace, visit a site I've created in the past few months,
A Place for the Humanities,
where you'll find
Music and Art
links and more. Some of these pages began as class projects, but I had you caregivers
in mind, knowing they would be good respite for you.
Most recently, I've begun a page for my new cat, Midi.
This may seem silly to many of you, but you may enjoy it, especially if you're a cat lover.
Also, back at this site, listen to some Music, send someone a
Greeting, and get some HTML Help
for your home page.
Enjoy the following wonderful pages, full of art, animation, photographs, and music,
and get to know some special and very talented people. I found these people soon
after I began my site eight years ago. They are wonderful people, and their
sites keep getting better and better:
- Cia's Artmaker Studio
Visit a beautiful site by an artist at Auburn University. Cia's watercolors are beautiful, and she made one of
the first awards my page received--the beautiful little fairy, Rosamund.
- Down on the Farm With Granny
Granny really makes you feel at home when you visit her place. There's something
to see in every room. A wonderful site!
- John's Omega Connection
John is always doing something new and special at his site. Don't miss his
Concert in the Park!
- Don Carroll's Midi-Riff-Bulge
Don has some of the best midi music anywhere on the net. Most of the music on
my pages comes from his site.
- Kitty's Page Works
A wonderfully animated page from the creator of the cat shown here
and the rose that I've used on my pages.
- The Northup's Family Homepage
The biggest and best family homepage I've seen.
Terry Gould's Distant Wings A wonderful page--a tour filled
with art, animation, poetry, and music, led by "Hawk".
Place Gramps has lots for you to see hers--there are animated gifs galore--the little girl juggling
the ball, the flowers, bumblebee, and butterfly are just a few of many to enjoy at Gramps'.
- Old Jim's
What a site full of animations!--even some that are full-screen. Be sure to see
the "Message from da boys in da band" as well as his Christmas pages. The little horse near
the top of this page came from Old Jim's Place.
- Poems, Pleasures, and Promises
The Rhymster, E. Fay Dyer-Austin, shares poetry, sunflowers, and photos of Paris at this wonderful site
which has become one of the most awarded sites on the Web.
- Debbie's Welcome to My Web World
What a relaxing site to visit. Debbie, a fellow Alabamian, invites you to sit on her porch, try the
swing or the rocking chair, and enjoy the view. She shares family photographs, her hobbie of collecting angels,
and a beautiful page of Favorite Things, where you
can see wonderful picture of snow in Alabama as well as some fantastic garden views and wildlife, too!
- HeeYun's Music Cafe
Hee Yun, who lives in South Korea, invites you to have a cup of coffee and listen to some relaxing music at her Music Cafe. Doesn't that
sound good? You can even download midi files in zip format and have a collection to listen to later.
Cat, Boy fishing, and Bird bath © Kitty -
- Music from Don Carroll's Midi-Riff-Bulge
- Girl with ball, flowers, and bumblebee from Gramp's Ani-Gifs Galore and More
- Hummingbird is © by Kristy Shanks of Kweb Design
- Horse is from Old Jim's Place - Text graphics from
Big Nose Bird
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This page began about January 1997 and was updated last on July 31, 1998
Copyright © 1997-2004 Brenda S. Parris
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