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If we were having coffee…. I’m glad you stopped by, but I’m sorry I’m not all social today. I’ve been sick this week. My husband was out of town, so the couch became my best friend. I did nothing except … Continue reading
“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.”~Maya Angelou, American poet The 2015 Great Lakes Mega Meet class schedule is online. Time is short to review: class registration opens at 7:00pm this Tuesday night. That’s only four days from today! … Continue reading
“Life isn’t about finding yourself; life is about creating yourself.”~George Bernard Shaw, Irish playwright February 14th was Valentine’s Day. My husband and I had evening plans in Detroit, but snowy weather and a busy week for both of us changed … Continue reading
“Frustration, although quite painful at times, is a very positive and essential part of success.”~Bo Bennett, American businessman I didn’t intend that quote to be reflective of this blogpost; it’s just serendipity. Today is December 1. I’m reading social media … Continue reading
“Just Do It.”~Nike I have a long journey ahead of me as I drive from Michigan to South Carolina today. What’s the reason for this 11-hour madness, you ask? I decided to go to the NFPW Nation Conference so I … Continue reading
Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore faith in yourself.”~Lucille Ball, American comedian Washi tape. It’s a relatively newer element to scrapbooking. It’s a thin paper tape that instantly creates a border for photos. It’s also … Continue reading