I think we finally are getting a little cooler weather, at least in the mornings and evenings. I know the girls are liking the cooler weather as we are getting at least one egg a day, some days two. My friend Melissa (hey honey) has three chickens herself and she told me to listen to hear them lay as they make quite the noise. When I went out to check them in the afternoon, they were all walking around, but Alice was sitting in the nesting box, so I closed it back up and just hung out for a while. I could hear her cluck cluck clucking away, but nothing loud. After a while she walked out and headed down the ramp.
I asked her if she was done. She didn't answer me, so I checked anyway, and look what she left me.
While I was blog hopping one day I headed over to one of my favorite stampers Renee Van Stralen and found this cute card, and I loved the lay out, so I knew exactly what stamp set I wanted to use to make the same layout. Thanks for the inspiration Renee.
Paper: Crumb Cake, White Natural, Watercolor paper, Nite Owl DSP, Wicked Fun Specialty DSP
Ink: Jetblack Stazon, Blushing Bride, Pink Pirouette, Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry, Daffodil Delight, Basic Black, Soft Suede
Misc: Black waffle paper, linen thread, vintage trinkets, sticky strip
I was watching the news when they were showing the miners being rescued. That was something wasn't it? Watching the families being reunited, the wives running to their husbands, and everyone singing and celebrating. I can not even imagine what they must have been going through, the men trapped as well as the families wondering if they would ever see their loved ones alive again. God sure was taking care of everyone. I am thinking there might be a few babies born in about 9 months, what do you think?
That's it for me today, have an awesome Thursday and thanks for stopping in!
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