September 25, 2023

eCard of the Week #536: Ready For Fall

 

I'm ready for fall leaves, hoodies, football season,
pumpkins, Oktoberfest brews, haunted houses and Halloween.

September 22, 2023

eCard of the Week #535: Don't Want To


Sometimes I hate when people give me encouragement.
I feel like saying, "Shut up. I know I can do it.
I just don't want to."

 

September 21, 2023

Plastic Canvas Kit: Letter to Santa

I finished this project earlier this month,
and of course named the dog Riley and the little girl is me.
This Letter to Santa Wall Hang kit can be purchased at Mary Maxim.   
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#plasticcanvas #crafting #crafts #hobby #hobbies

September 17, 2023

Sunday Stealing: From Pinterest

Welcome to this week's Sunday Stealing!
1. What is your favorite book?

My favorite book of all time is Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell

2. Are you afraid of the dark?

I am afraid of the dark.

3. Are you mean?

Sometimes.

4. Is cheating ever OK?

Cheating is never ok.

5. Can you keep white shoes white?

I cannot keep white shoes (pants, or shirts) white.

6. Are you currently bored?

Currently, I am not bored.

7. Would you change your name?

I would not change my name. I like my name.

8. Do you like the subway?

I do not like the subway, as it is too crowded.

9. Who’s the last person you had a deep conversation with?

My sister-in-law, Tami,

10. Dumbest lie you’ve ever told?

Telling my dying husband that he was going to be ok.

11. Do you sleep with your door open or closed?

I sleep with the door closed.

12. Favorite month?

July

13. Dark, milk, or white chocolate?

Milk chocolate.

14. Tea or coffee?

Depends on the time of day, but usually coffee first.

15. Night or day?

Day

September 15, 2023

eCard of the Week #534: Grief

 

Grief can be a burden, but also an anchor.
You get used to the weight, how it holds you in place.
~Sarah Dressen


September 14, 2023

R U OK? Day 2023

 

Today is R U Ok? Day.

Ask someone, anyone, if they are OK. 

Ask today, tomorrow or any day.

Be supportive.

 
Connecting regularly and meaningfully is one thing everyone can do
to make a difference to anyone who might be struggling.