Tuesday, September 25, 2007

True Friends/ Birthday Bundts

We are almost to the end of the Bundt cards. Here are my two favorite ones. I think it's the color combination that I like best. One of them is for my friend Staci, whose birthday is today. She mentioned to me that she will have a busy week this week, but I hope she's is celebrated today.
I love this saying because it rings so true to me. Because we've moved several times, I've had the opportunity to meet some of the most wonderful people in the world. Thanks to technology-- phone communication and the Internet-- it is easier to keep in touch with people who are no longer a part of your everyday life. I have several special people like that in my life. Two of these such ladies lived in my neighborhood a few years ago. One of them is Staci who I mention frequently. The other lived a few doors down from Staci and now live in the Northeast. Sue has a birthday in a week or so. I just may get this card to her in time!

The last one if for a lady who is a mentor and an inspiration to me. I haven't seen her in at least 8 years, but we talk a couple of times a year. I feel like she will always be a part of my life. Some people just have that quality about them. We share the same Spirit so why shouldn't we feel close? Come to think of it, I probably need to call her tonight and give her all of my new contact information.

I'm going to leave you with a challenge today -- send a card or email or make a phone call to someone who has blessed you in this life. Take moment and bless them.

Gotta run, this is going to be a busy day for me. Be Blessed!


Flossie's Follies said...

I have so fallen in love with this image, thanks to you and all those wondeful cards you made. What a wonderful challenge, I will be sending out a card tomorrow.

Staci M. said...

I got my card! I got my card! It is awesome, too! I AM very blessed today! I need to open & figure out that die cut machine. Maybe this weekend when some friends are over on Sunday I can play with it. I might need some help to learn it. Thanks, Jacki!