I wanted to wish you all a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving! Sorry it's a little late, but I was the chief cook again this year, thankfully my hubby was the bottle washer and the potato peeler and the go to guy for all the heavy lifting, my little one was the vegie washer and my older one was the floor washer and table setter Ü. There is so much for me to be grateful for this year! Even with all the little mishaps life threw our way we still have been so fortunate to not have lost any loved ones this year, to not have any major health scares and most of all to have the love and support of family, friends and all of you!!!
This card was made some time ago, but I wanted to share it here again today - it is sort of representative of who I am - LOL! A little nutty (the acorn - ha, ha), sort of colorful, fluttering about in life like a leaf - tie it all together somewhat neatly in a fun way and hopefully it will bring a smile to other's faces. That's me - all I want to do is bring happiness to others and I hope that in a way this little blog and business that I run does that for others. Lastly top the card off with a thank you to each and every one of you who have hung in here with me over the past year!
I know that I have not been posting nearly as frequently over the last two months and I apologize. I have been looking for ways to "repair" my body - thus I have been having to spend far too much time meeting with numerous specialists trying to figure out how we are going to proceed with my hip and foot. After numerous tests (and possibly a few more to come) it appears more and more like I may be in for yet another hip surgery. If you have any extra room for prayers and positive thoughts left in you I would appreciate you putting me in them in hopes that the doctors will make the right decisions.
Finally what you have all been waiting for - I'm just going to commit to November 30, December 1 and December 2 for our One Year Anniversary Sale! Watch for more news over the next couple of weeks - I think that you will be excited about what we have in store.
Now I'm off to just rest :D Hugs to all of you!!!
ETA just a few card details:
I stamped the image on Arturo using Palette Noir. I then used Adirondack reinkers and my waterbrush to color in the image and create the soft washed background. Finally I used my Copic Multiliner to doodle the "frame" and add the word "thanks".