18 Feb

Good evening fellow Bloggers. This week has been strange and slightly stressful. My youngest son has been sick for close to a month now, he’s been on and off antibiotics the whole time. Praise God he seems to be getting better. Now my older son seems to be showing signs again too….UGH!!!

I have had all week off to take care of the boys. It will be weird going back to work after 4 days off. But much needed!

I made several cards today, while listening to some awesome preaching CD’s and worship music. Church was canceled today *insert – upside down smile* . We are having crazy weather in Northeastern Wisconsin. The Fox River Mall even closed today. (weird!) Well anyways, I took some time to relax a little and made a few cards that I will sharing with you over the next few days.

Card Deets: Paper: Blue round flat card and White round scallop card from Yours Truly by Archiver’s, SU! CS Blue Bayou, and Basic Grey Periphery. Stamps: Kim Hughes Collection stamps – Silhouette Blossoms 2, Lesley’s The Rummage Bin – Time to Stamp set. Inks: SU! In Colors Blue Bayou, and Soft Sky.

Thanks for stopping by today and have a wonderful week! Many Blessings!


3 Responses to “Evening!”

  1. Kim Hughes February 18, 2008 at 4:32 pm #

    awww, what a lovely card Mary! The bird and branch add a great touch 🙂

  2. Christina Carnoy February 20, 2008 at 3:50 am #

    what a sweet card!!! My in-laws live in Kewaunee, isn’t that near you???

  3. laurie serino February 20, 2008 at 9:19 pm #

    This card is so pretty, I will say extra prayers for you today. Love in Christ, Laurie

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