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A Day of Good News

Monday was just one of those great days. In the morning, I got the good news that my card "All You Need Is Love", which you can see HERE will be featured on SNR Card Universe.
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Then, I got an email telling me that one of my cards is going to be published in the Scrapbook News & Reviews online magazine. I am so excited.
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I had already planned a post to share a few pictures that I took this week end before it got too cold to play outside. I'm going to sneak them in here.

This is my daughter throwing snow at the camera. Look at that snow pile!
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This is Summer. She loves to dig in the snow and play with the kids.

She still acts like a puppy even though she is almost 11 years old.
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This is Allie (being held by DH). She says it is time to go in.

I know she looks pathetic, but she really was having

fun just moments ago.

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This is my Senegal parrot Corky.

He stayed in the house and played in his nice new granola bar box.




I hope you have a wonderful day!

Comments

Karin said…
Thanks for sharing your sweet photos and your exciting news as well! Congrats!
FibreJunky said…
Congrats on your awesome news!! Love the pics. The one of Corky is great!
Tracey said…
Congratulations Cheryl, I'm not surprise though - you're cards are gorgeous :)

Hugs
Tracey
x
(SBS29)
Shelly Schmidt said…
Good for you-Congrats! I love the pictures of your dog outside!!! And your bird. TFS
Congrats on all that exciting news! You make great cards, you deserve to be recognized! And thanks for sharing these photos! It looks like everyone was enjoying the snow...or the granola box :D
Donna Moore said…
Lots and Lots of snow! Reminds me of when lived in upstate NY. Love peaking at you family weekend, thanks for sharing your photos!
C.C. said…
That is awesome news hun! It's so exciting isn't it to know that what you created someone loved and wants to share it with the world! Thank you for sharing! The photos are adorable, your Allie has a face similar to our King Charles Spaniel, such a sweet face, they look young even when they're older.
joanne said…
Loved gettin a peak into your life. sbs29
p.s. not stalking just sounded like that tho. LOL
Nettie said…
Congratulations Cheryl, that's great news. Loving your animals and snow filled pictures.x
omg - they are all adorable!! how funny the bird is in the box!!!!

You're not a bad dog momma! You're just as obsessed with them as I am :)

lol
Maria

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