Saturday, February 27, 2010
With the Olympics drawing to a close, I wanted to make a wordart of this quote. It seems to fit the spirit of this year's competitions, from the country that dedicated their performances to their fallen fellow athelete, to the skier who won gold dispite a leg injury, to the skater who won a medal just days after the sudden death of her mother. Truly all countries can be proud of their atheletes in this year's winter Olympic games.
I won't be online too much for a while; my father has cancer and is in hospice care right now. I want to thank Annie (of littlefootprints) for her help, she has been by my side while I care for my Dad. She and I won't be posting too much for a while, even though we will both keep creating separately and together during this time...creating is wonderful therapy! It's the going online, uploading and posting that takes time. *sigh*
Download from Mediafire here
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Annie was having too much fun making "sunshine" wordarts, so I had to join in, too. We decided to put both of our mini sets up as a mini collab, and offer them on our blogs. You can download my set HERE,
and you can go to her blog here
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Anyway, this is one of my favorite quotes. I first heard this when I was in high school, and it has stuck with me ever since. I hope you enjoy it, too.
DOWNLOAD IT HERE
Saturday, February 13, 2010
My first post on my new blog! As you can see,I've been playing around a bit and having fun putting this new blog together. So, I felt a quote about love would be the best for my first post and its download would be the best way to start out. This version has some color to it. If you prefer just a black and white version, please visit
She has been helping me with this blog, and we have been working together for a little while now. I just decided it was time for me to have a blog!