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With all of this ND/Fluffie talk I figured it was time to start a poll and see where we stand!
If nothing else, Tam will know who will LOVE her Fluffie cards and which ingrates she can avoid sending them to.
As for your legs, it sounds like it could be a reaction to the new lotion!
LOL - yeah - I went back & looked at the lotion. It was Neutrogena lotion with bronzer!!! It was very difficult for me being under a tent all week. I gave up my sunworshipping days in my 30's - but I tan really easy so I'm used to having a little color on my skin!!!
Here's info on the ATC (Artist Trading Card Swap) for those who are interested.
Theme: "Dustbuster" -- use a stamp set that is unloved, underused, and/or gathering dust. If you don't have any of these, then my kudos to you: use whatever you like!
Due date: 9/15
Signup deadline: 8/15
- Your ATCs should be 2.5" by 3.5". You can cut 10 from one sheet of 8.5" x 11" cardstock if you don't mind making some long grain and others short grain.
No vendor restriction, no layer minimums, no embellishment requirements. It's challenging enough to make tiny art, and so many of us will be trying ATCs for the first time...let's just run with it and have fun!
Please PM me if you are interested in joining. If you post on the thread and we do another 100-pager, I might miss ya! I can't keep up with that much chat!
So far...who's playing?
15. Jackie G
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OK YEAH to Maggie for winning Debbie's little quiz. How fun is that????
I won a few weeks ago and it was SO exciting! Deb you're so sweet to do that!!!!!!
I sure hope your legs are o.k. Get it looked at sooner than later!!
Um...Suz, just what is FREEZING there??
Which smiley is the 'get down and boogie' guy?
I was also confused about GA - Gray's or Georgia. It took me a minute. You're not alone!!
Granny I'm sorry Lisa is having such a tough time with the kid shuffle. I really hope that she doesn't have to move Kason! I'm sure that would make you upset.
Well, I need to get my butt in the shower! It's almost 10:30! How lame am I?
Well, I do feel better. One day last week while reading JulieHRR's blog I saw she was still in her PJ's at 2pm!
I just don't have a pressing schedule so I'm in my jammies with no real push to get a move on!
I hate daycare centers! I was co-director of one for 2 years and I still hate them.
I've got to admit, the kids don't get as much individual attention in a daycare center as most parents would like. My friends with kids sometimes complain that the daycare workers are young and inexperienced and that they don't handle certain situations well - like when one kid bullies the others, that sort of thing.
It must be hard for you to spend so much time loving and caring for your kids, then have them "graduate" into school! I can see why this would be particularly hard since you are losing two kids at once!
The talent event sounds like a good one too. I hope you will get some new customers for your workshop. You do lovely work and I loved the purple lunch tin you made at the dairy. Best wishes to you!!
Thanks Wilma. I'm excited about it, but I'm already getting stressed. I still haven't finished that tin with any embellishments. If I did I could take that one. I want to make some recipe indexes to go inside it to show how it can be used.
Originally Posted by mschoener Awwwwwwwwww, Granny, so sorry that you might lose him. I can well understand though, not just in time, but in gas money with all that driving back and forth, especially since Kamryn will be there anyway.
I know all positives but it still breaks my heart.
"Lord,if you cain't forgive me all my sins,just don't remember them too good,no." "Thank you,Amen"