What are you working on (in April 2022)?

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    Gerry Landreth
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    Today is an anniversary that still haunts the survivors. My mother was in the house, our childhood home when it hit. She was unscathed save a scratch or two.

    Years later, a cousin who would randomly drop by when his truck route took him nearby frantically called me. All but two houses in the neighborhood had been destroyed and he was standing in front of an empty lot. He breathed a sigh of relief when I explained that my mother was fine.

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    Royanne Hewko
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    Absolutely LOVE the Photo Circle script.    My daughter and I were laughing so hard and my husband took so many pictures.   In the photo circle I was able to incorporate all the shots.

     

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    Lynda DiGregor
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    Playing with the License plate script.

    This is a rendition of one of our old plates. RLAD stands for “Ralph Lynda Anthony Dominic”. My husband and myself and our two boys

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    Lynda DiGregor
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    Royanne,

    Love your giggly photo circle….just to much fun!

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    Sue Thomas
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    Another month of wonderfully creative pages posted.   So much to be inspired by.  Here is my last project for April. I’m now able to crawl around in the undergrowth in search for early insects.  Some butterflies have been out for almost a week now. Tortoiseshell, Comma, and Mourning Cloaks are always the first.   They  have found the orange slices I’ve put out, as there isn’t as much as a single dandelion flower for them to feed on as yet, although  they can find food from the sap of trees, as the  sap is now rising.  Pirkko, and Ann revisited the basic scrap course, which prompted me  to revisit.  I did that course over 6yrs ago, if I remember the  date correctly. I liked this  particular layout, for my project, so copied it.   The stiped paper, random paper (leaves) and the  pointer tuts, are in the creative scarp.

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