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Everything posted by ScrapgirlCindy

  1. Maggie is quite the clown, love it. I love the papers and especially your use of the brush.
  2. My dog, Piper, loves to ride with me to pick up my granddaughter from school. She waits as patiently as she can but the tail really starts wagging once Piper spots her! Here is MINE
  3. An inspiring layout! Absolutely love it!
  4. I've been wanting to do this layout on our song for a long time, so the challenge is perfect. My late husband chose this song as our song. I protested to no avail. Lol. He especially loved the line about grabbing the babies and old ladies. Now, after all these years, I love the song and who doesn't love Neil Diamond. This is MINE
  5. My birthday flowers from my son. I fudged a little bit on the number of papers, but the layout gives the appearance of 5 papers so hope that's okay. Here is MINE
  6. This is the first gift I ever got from my children and I know hubby had a hand in it too. It's tiny but so precious. Here is MINE
  7. A fun challenge. These are pics of me and my granddaughter taken on my birthday yesterday. Here is MINE
  8. I chose the kit The Absolute Best because of it's pretty papers. blues and whites which are my favorites. This is a pic of a Florida sunset. This is MINE
  9. Thank you. And that pic is beautiful!
  10. Great challenge. I do not mind daily chores. While working on this LO I thought of something I had read by Barbara Brown Taylor in her book An Alter In The World, she wrote: While housework may not offer the same satisfaction , it remains a reliable path to the rudiments of life. Cleaning refrigerators and toilets helps you connect the food cycle at both ends. Making beds reminds you that life-giving activities do not require much space. Hanging laundry on the line offers you a chance to fly prayer flags disguised as bath towels and underwear. If all life is holy, then anything that sustains life has holy dimensions too. The difference between washing windows and resting in God can be a simple decision: choose the work, and it becomes your spiritual practice. Spraying vinegar and water on the panes, you baptize the glass. Rubbing away the film, yet repent of your sins. Polishing the glass, you let in the light. No task is too menial to serve as a path. If you are able to sustain other lives along with your own path, then all the better. This is MINE
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