Friday, March 4, 2016

"What Day Is It On Your Calendar?"

Hello Friday and to all my friends, followers, visitors and viewers.
The snow...  Yes, it fell, it covered, it turned cold but at the writing of this post, it is only a small trace that it was here from 10 PM until 10 AM.  It is the beginning of a glorious weekend.  So after you (the snow) left, now the fun will start.  It is going to get warmer and we will be back outside enjoying the warmer temperature.

What day is it on your calendar?
It could be your birthday.  It could be your anniversary.  It could be your celebration...wait one minute...it is.
 March 4, 2016 – NATIONAL HUG A G.I. DAY – NATIONAL POUND CAKE DAY – NATIONAL EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DAY – NATIONAL GRAMMAR DAY – NATIONAL SALESPERSON DAY – NATIONAL DAY OF UNPLUGGING.

We love our service men and women.  They do so much for us in keeping us safe.  Those cooks in the kitchen that love to keep our palate for something sweet up close and on time. We celebrate them today.  You're working and that makes you an employee.  Someone should tell you how much they appreciate what you do and/or are doing today.  Language is something to celebrate...to speak it and to write it correctly.  How about celebrating that person who remembers your colors,  size and designer in a store? They are almost your personal shopper because they know you so well.  Let's celebrate them today.  Last but not least, celebrate the people around you today.  Cut off the phone, TV and computer during breakfast, lunch or dinner and enjoy a good conversation with the person across the table from you.  When you have finished eating, then you can connect with you Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and TV  friends.
Two cards that I want you to look at today:
This card is featuring the pleated skirt as part of its design.  I have used three coordinating pieces of Designer Paper from K & Company along with the traditional A2 base and matting.  Can you guess the Spellbinders die that was used?

This card is portraying clear embossing ink with silver embossing powder.  Metallic crayons were used to color in the flower and the dragon flies.

Thanks for viewing today.  Have a nice weekend.  Enjoy yourself.

Sending you a hug and LOVE,
Lois

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