A poem dedicted to my daughter.
The Life of an Epileptic
We are a unique breed
To be normal is all we plead.
For that wish runs away,
Because our true nature will haunt us till our last day.
For some, hope stays,
But for others, from this path we cannot stray.
For death to us is near,
For we do not know how long we may be here.
Because all it takes is one,
For our lives to be done.
For some the near death experience is real,
And for those the scars will never heal.
For this thing we can barely control,
And on us and others, it takes a toll.
For all we can do is guess and hope for the best,
And pray that God will take care of the rest.
For this is the life of an Epileptic,
For this is my cross to carry, and I accept it.
Sunday, October 14, 2012
This tag I made with Myst Designs kit November Woods. This is
a beautiful kit and I really loved working with it!!
The tube is from Alex Prihodko and you can get it at
Pics For Designs.
Thanks for looking!!!!
Saturday, October 13, 2012
The gorgeous tube is one of Zlata M's and is availabe at
Pics For Design
Thanks for looking!!
Punkin Pickin Time
This tag I made for Beverly of Horseplay's Pasture Designs with
her kit Punkin Pickin Time. This is a beautiful kit that is packed with
items to play with!!!!
Go to her
to see the stores where this kit is available!!
The awesome tube is by
Alex Prihodko and is available at
Pics For Design.
Thanks for looking!!
I am back!!
Sorry for not posting for a while but I am back now and on several CTs so will be posted tags and layouts.....
Monday, April 16, 2012
Eggstrapunky by Annaica’s Place
I made Annaica A Facebook cover photo and avi
with her free Easter kit!! This is an awesome very
colorful kit and you can find it on her blog
The tube is by Barbara Jensen and can be found
Sunday, January 8, 2012
Winter Wish from Annaica’s Place
This is a kit Annaica has just released!!
It is an awesome kit packed with fun and beauty!!
Go here to get this great kit:
A Winter Wish
The tube is one of Barbara Jensen’s called Smokin’
and you can get it here:
Barbara Jensen’s Tubes