How is everyone? Great I hope. I'm must admit that I'm just a little disappointed in the number of votes I received from the last post. But alas, I guess everyone is just super busy getting ready for the holidays. And now the free cut outs are awarded to Jennifer Rose and Um Buggin. So ladies, please select your cut out and email me with your choices and I'll get those sent out to you right away. Congrats Ladies and thanks for the vote!
Also relating to last week's free image, did you happen to see the great card that Julia Moss at Scrap Happy posted using this image. If not skip over there and check it out. I'm sure she'd love the visit! You can check it out by clicking here . In fact, Julia has been very busy with PeggyLovesVintage images and she has another post using PLV images here .
Thanksgiving is coming ever so quickly and the celebration of the holiday always brings to the forefront all the various things we have to be thankful for. So what would be better than for me to give a big shout out to my Design Team. These ladies are near and dear to my heart. They spend countless hours creating masterpieces with PLV images and are always full of encouraging words. They are truly special people. So here's my tribute to these special ladies.... May God keep you in his blessings! May joy and peace be with you this holiday seasons. And may all your dreams come true! Thank you so very, very much! Now please enjoy just a few of the masterpieces from these wonderful ladies....
Thanksgiving also brings thoughts of home and my bros and sis. Although for me the old homestead is now a vacant lot and my bros and sis are strung all across the nation, that warm and toasty feeling still comes to the forefront.
The Old Homestead
Check out that car in the neighbor's drive. It will give a hint as to how long ago this photo was taken.
Just a sample of the Thanksgivings I remember as a child. Grandpa, Dad and Uncle Alex sitting around the table with many little cousins hovering around. Check out that Turkey, lol! Grandpa, Dad and Uncle Alex are all passed but I'm sure they will be sitting around a table somewhere, enjoying Mom's turkey.
Such special memories of the old homestead! So, when I ran across this card, I just couldn't stop the need to share. So here it is for your enjoyment. Makes sure you double click on the image before you save it.
So even though I'm a little early, have a great Thanksgiving and I hope your week is plumb full of smiles!