New Blog Debut!!!

I am so excited to have you here – my unveiling of my new blog!  I cannot express into words how amazing Cristene Bagne is!  She was able to make my blog exactly what I wanted.  I hope you all enjoy this new retro style!

Are you missing Flash Card videos?  Well, tune in tomorrow!  I have a new video for Flash Cards 2.0 that is my new favorite!  I will be using this layout A LOT in the future so you want to come back and check it out.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO FOLLOW MY BLOG:  When I made the jump to WordPress, sadly, I couldn’t take you all with me.  Would you be so kind to “Follow” me again so you can continue to receive email updates?  I would hate for you to miss out on any Flash Cards or new ideas.  🙂

Thanks again for making my blog a Top 10 in Papercrafting blogs!!!  HUGS!

 

5 Responses to “New Blog Debut!!!”

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  1. Mary Ann Huntington says:

    Wow, love your new look. It’s so easy to follow. Congratulations.

  2. Cindy says:

    Nice new site! Great job.

  3. Debbie says:

    LOVE the new look! I don’t know you but this seems so YOU! Looking forward to more Flash Cards!

  4. Theresa in Kitimat says:

    Thank you for the c email you sent me. I hve been trying to email you back, but it will not send. I keep getting an error
    message.
    Here is the email I was trying to send.

    Hi Connie,

    Thank you for letting me know about your website. I enjoy your tutorials and would hate to miss any in the future. I have checked out your new site and subscribed. It looks great.
    I have been checking emails sporadically over the last while and am sorry if I have missed some of your posts.
    My Dad passed away a few days ago and I am here in Alberta, about 1000 miles away from my home in Kitimat. I am at my sister’s and we are making funeral
    arrangements and trying to get the will process started. Most of my children will be here after Christmas for the service. We will have our Christmas when we all get home.

    This is a sad time but it is not tragic. My Dad was 93 years old and lived in a continueing care hospital. He suffered from dementia and had very little quality of life. I am happy that
    he does not have to endure any more days on earth. Hopefully, he is with my Mom now.

    Wishing you all the best for a Happy and Joyous Christmas.

    Theresa in Kitimat

    • Connie says:

      Theresa, first let me just say how sorry I am to hear about your father’s passing. I hope that the time spent with family helped and that you were able to remember the happy times when your Dad was is good health. Dementia is just a horrible thing and so hard to watch someone we love go through it.

      I lost my Dad 3 years ago November and not a day goes by that I don’t think of him. Please know that you are in my prayers! HUGS!!!

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