Thank you for taking the time to share such fond memories of what Christmas means to you/yours! Truly touching! Well, we've decided not to only to choose 1 winner, instead will choose 2! How about that?
Here are your random numbers:24
Timestamp: 2009-10-22 01:47:10 UTC
**Francie Gumprecht (posted on Joanne's blog)
Here are your random numbers:12
Timestamp: 2009-10-22 01:48:39 UTCSylvia
Christmas is sharing time with friends and family. About 25 yrs ago my son took a mitten off a giving tree at K Mart and tucked it away. Then he took a paper tree off the giving tree at church. He came to me one night and asked if he could buy the presents for these people for his gift for Christmas. I was so touched I had tears in my eyes and I was so very proud for his ideas and his greatness for giving. We all participated. He is now grown and in the military and sometimes unable to spend holidays with us, but in my heart I know he is doing the right thing and still giving.We all spend Christmas eve with the traditional oyster stew and attend midnight mass, and give thanks for all we have. Christmas day is magical, more food than we need, laughter and enjoyment seeing the little ones excitement, and older ones reminiscing, and all of us knowing we are celebrating the Birthday of Jesus
9:37 AMOctober Card Sketch Winner
Here are your random numbers:5
Timestamp: 2009-10-22 01:37:46 UTCkc_froglady
I played and got to use my pumpkins too! WooHoo! You can see it here
It's our last day of designs to share!
Soon we will announce the blog-hop/monthly card Sketch winners!
In the meantime here are 2 exquisite cards by Karen and Wendy.
Enjoy your day!