Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Catch up with new cards... And BLOG CANDY! (If I get at least 12 comments on this post)

I have been sick with bronchitis, I did got to work yesterday but came home early, and stayed home today as well. I am so grateful for my good health and seem to taKE it for granted till times such as now. Boy it will be good to be able to take a DEEEEP breath without coughing, to breathe through my nose, and to taste food again. (not that I have not been eating mind you, I just have not really been able to TASTE it....) So it is these down times that remind me to continue to take care of myself and to be so grateful for good health....
Now, onto the FUN stuff! I have lots of cards that have not yet been posted, and will leave a description in each ones caption. If you have any questions please feel free to ask, I am always here at the computer.
I am going to have a little give away here, in order to win you MUst leave one comment on this post telling me what YOU are grateful for. The blog candy will be some choice goodies from my most ample and overabundant statshes!! I will NOT give away the candy unless there are 12 or more comments, so spread the word! I guess this is a little test to see if I have any reader, I know I have those followers who signed on and I thank you for following my blog. I will pick a winner on Saturday if I reach the 12 posts, if not thanks to those of you who commented!

13 comments:

Anne said...

Hi Ruth!
I'm just catching on to the underground blog world, OH MY WORD!! There's a whole 'nother world out here!! I feel like Alice in Wonderland. Anyhow, saw your accordian card with the Speedy Elephants running up and down on it (adorable!) and then saw a link to your blog! And wouldn't you know, BONUS!! You're having a blog candy contest! So here's what I'm greatful for:
Besides the goes-without-saying friends, family and loved ones, I'm greatful for the INTERNET!!

Hope you get 12 peeps!! I'll advertise on my blog for ya!! (I'll have to post it late tonight, leaving for a few hours.)

Hugs,
Anne

The Crazy Life of a Navy Wife said...

I hope you start feeling better soon!!! I miss seeing your creations :)

I am grateful for my family and my husband. I know this will probably be a popular answer, but it's true! I have the most supportive and loving family a girl could ask for. They love me and care for me more than anything. My husband is also a great man. I never knew someone could care for me as much as he does. I am such a lucky person!

Deb said...

Hi, Hope you feel better soon! I love all your new cards on the side bar. I was wondering why they aren't listed with the new post, which would make it easier to follow along with your creative process and comment on the cards individually. I think I'm missing something. But one thing is for sure you are a very creative person! How many cards do you usually make in a day?

I am grateful for family friends and belly laughs!!

Bunny B said...

Hope you get well soon!! Do take extra special care :))

I'm grateful for having a loving and caring family and really fabulous friends. Thank you so much!

Sena said...

Get well soon! ^^


I'm grateful for having such a wonderful and supporting family. And also, for having the most awesome best friend ever xDDD

Thanks


sena.sagani[at]gmail.com

Michelle Goodrich said...

Nancy Ruth! Fabulous how your blog is growing! Sorry to hear you weren't feeling well but glad you're better!

Love some of those new cards. I haven't been by to visit your SCS gallery lately but I feel like I'd better make the trip!

Oh, what am I thankful for? My wonderful hubby (he gets the remote and chips, right?), great friends (both real and online) and more inspiration than I can EVER create from!

Have a fabulous weekend, my friend!

Suzy said...

Hello, Ruth. I am so grateful for the fact that during these tough times, I do have a job, a family, a home, my friends AND the internet. Thanks for blogging! Suzy

Patti said...

Nancy
Hope you feel better soon! I am most thankful for my family and theirgood health. My parents are both in their 80's and are still both very healthy! My children are healthy and happy, my hubby is great and I have two wonderfulsisters. Life is good! I am also thankful for new and old friends I consider you to be a new friend Nancy! You took the time to guide and direct me around splitcoast when I first discovered it. YOur comments are sweet and I thank you for the warm welcome you gave me!
Hope you feel better soon!
Hugs
Patti

Lorraine said...

I really hope that you are feeling better. I think that the germ you had made its way to White Plains. I have been sick for two weeks. I can't stand it anymore! lol and tomorrow I leave for the Stamp N Cruise!
Thanks for leaving such nice comments on my blog and in my gallery on SCS. You are so talented and I am honored that you would comment on my work!
Thanks again! You inspire!

sewcrazy said...

I hope you feel better soon! I'd love to see some of your new cards. I am thankful to live in a warm climate and for great blogs like yours :)

Amanda said...

Hope your feeling better!

I'm greatful for my life. I almost lost it 4.5 years ago. It puts things in perspective and helps you smile at the little things in life.

Deb said...

Oh! I'm # 12 I think! ;)

There is so much to be grateful for it is hard to know where to start! I think w/ Vicky on my mind this week, I will start with my dh Patrick! He does so much for our family! My son is another huge blessing! I'm also grateful for my church family and SCS family too! And stamps! LOL

I hope that you will feel better soon! I'll be looking for you on SCS! Blessings!

Jennifer said...

Wow! love your blog! I'm new to the blog world and am in just awe at the wonderful sites.

I am grateful for my family. I think we all take our health for granted and just don't know what may come along. Thank God for each healthy day we have with our loved ones.

Hugs,
Jennifer

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Hi everyone! My Name is Nancy Levine, known as NANCYRUTH on SCS. I have began stamping 20 years ago, though I put everything in the attic for about 10 of those during the hectic years of my single motherhood. I went to a stamping up party about 5 years ago and the stamping flame was rekindled and i have stamped almost every day since then. I work full time in a lighting store and enjoy my career in sales which allows me to fund my crafting habits. I am also a beader and spend my free time stamping, swimming and making jewelry! I look forward to charting my creative journey through my new blog. Fast forward.... After 13 months of unemployment due to the economic downturn I completed my Therapeutic Recreation certification and now work in a skilled nursing facility creating and implementing recreational programs for the residents. I also had the priviledge of working at Beadz Boutique in Darien Ct. where I fine tuned many of my beading skills!

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