Monday, September 11, 2006

ITS MONDAY...

Yall know what that means? ALL the scrap that moment girls are like kids waiting for Santa Claus for all the entries to THAT DESIGN TEAM contest... GO check it out. here is my ENTRY
CHeck it out and leave me some love on there will ya! (I need all the help I can get lol)

ON a second NOT so happy note.... Today is the anniversary of 9/11... GOd be with all those people who lost their loved ones today. I know there will never be anything that can be done to bring them back or make them feel safe again. SO much was taken from them and the American people that day. As we reflect and look at the life changing events remember to hug your loved ones a little tighter today and say you love them and NEVER leave anything unfinished. You never know when a terrorist or a car accident or an escaped convict could take that person away from you.... Never leave unfinsihed what you can say to them now. I hope this will make you reflect and love up your kids and family and friends today. Love you guys!


Have you done a page to memorialize 9/11? send me a link I would love to see it. Post it on your blog. Or in your gallery. I had not done one and thought I woudln't since Bella had not been born yet to include in her book. BUT someone on the boards got me to thinking. WHat will you tell your kids when they ask what you were doing when you heard about it. What a thought. I never thought about it actually. Yes this will be in the history books from now on. SO many emotions filled us that day so what better therapy than to do a page on it to show respect and commemorate the ones who were lost that day. So I have decided I will do a page on it. I will post it here when I am done. I hope you do the same :)
GOd bless you and keep you safe.

5 comments:

vincentt said...

Bonjour...

Kim - ScrapToMyLu said...

I haven't done a 9/11 layout yet. Soon.
Good luck on the DT submissions. You Rock!

Anne Magee said...

Thank you for your thoughts, Nancy! I love the thought of never leaving anything unfinished... that's so true...

Elizabeth said...

I agree with Anne, very true! Great post.

Jaci said...

We talked about 9/11 yesterday with our kids. My daughter is still too young to understand anything and I'm not sure my son gets it but he knows what happened. I never thought I'd have to talk to my kids about something like that.
Good luck with the DT submission. I'm heading over to check it out