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Thursday, July 3, 2008


Thanks so much to ALL of you who left me love yesterday! I SO appreciate it :) I'll pick someone later today to win my WordArt prize for leaving me love back on that post - You guys are awesome :) My hubby called last night to say that he'd got to Gettysburg safe and sound, and was taking lots of pictures for me - Good man :)

We had a nice day yesterday, went to the library (for the summer lunch program), checked out a few books and movies, played in the pool (well, they did), designed (yep, that was me!), and I actually cleaned! Cleaning's really not my thing, as much as I'd like it to be. I have friends who keep their houses spotless, and I'm not quite sure how they do it. Oh well, we're all good at something, and housework just doesn't happen to be mine. I bet my clean friends can't make a WordArt - lmbo!!!

This WordArt request if from Starla, and I thought it turned out really cute :) Click on the image below to go to my 4shared account to download the PNG file, and leave some love if you like my work.
Small - Bibliotheque
All rest - Auburn


scrappinmint said...

I hear ya about the housecleaning. It's something I'm not very good at either.
Thought you'd enjoy this quote:

Cleaning your house while your kids are still growing is like shoveling the walk before it stops snowing. ~Phyllis Diller

So true!

Thanks for the great wordart today!

a said...

Ha! I totally love that quote! Here's a WordArt I made with it :)


Ain't it the truth - lol!

Trina said...

I TOTALLY understand the cleaning thing, I have no idea how my friends do it ... then again, I don't really care about it, so maybe that's why it doesn't get done! lol Thanks for the awesome wordart, as usual!

Anonymous said...

Is the typo fixed? I think the word "is" is missing.


a said...

Nope, no typo, this is a direct quote, and how it was written :) the correct language would be "a person is a person, no matter how small", but dr. seuss has TONS of creative license - ha!

technically, it needs an apostrophe before the s, but it thought it artistically looked better this way :) you can add an apostrophe if you'd like :)

Annie said...

super cute - thank you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for your word art.

Terebene said...

Thank you so much! I have many uses for this one!

Zin from the Alps said...

Great word art yet again, thanks! I use your little bits of wisdom quite a lot these days! Sorry for not commenting too often, I feel ashamed!

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 04 Jul [LA 03:45am, NY 05:45am, UK 10:45am, OZ 08:45pm]).

Anonymous said...

I love Dr. Seuss....and I really love your Wordart. Thanks so much for sharing it.

Monsen said...

great!!! Thanks