In honor and rememberance, join us at MMFY for a SCRAP PINK weekend. The exciting and talented group of ladies over at Making Memories For You are hosting a fantastic fun filled weekend of scrapping. Enjoy some time with new and old friends creating and winning great prizes. Meet some wonderful ladies with awesome stories and amazing creative layouts. Come by, check us out and participate in the fun. Partial proceeds will go to Komen for the Cure, please help us make a difference in giving a chance to all those who continue to fight against cancer. Join the site this weekend, upload to at least one challenge and leave a comment here and I will add your name to a RAK to be sent out on Monday, Sept 29th. Make a donation of any amount and post your comment here letting me know and get two drawing tickets for the RAK. Tell your friends!!
As it turns out most people are unaware of the little quirks within their BLOG. I was clueless to the "WORD VERIFICATION" that was part of my blog...in order to leave comments it required a little extra work on the visitor, but I find that feature to be troublesome at times. In other instances, I haven't been able to leave comments or I can't really see the letters or numbers correctly...it is a PAIN! Thanks to a scrappy-cyberfriend over at Craftling's Crafting in a few easy steps I was able to remove the pesky little addition to my blog. Here are a few words on her view on WORD VERIFICATION and I have to say I TOTALLY AGREE ....."Everyone will have their own view, but in my case, I regard the removal of word verification as a basic courtesy to my visitors who are kind enough to take the time to leave comments. Being aware of their comments through comment moderation, but not hindering them with word verification is the very least I can do to reciprocate their courtesy to me." Now my BLOG is WV-Free...thanks!
In additon to her great advice on the Word Verification...visit her website and check out her 10K BLOG CANDY giveaway....it is PHENOMENAL!!!
Maya Angelou : The ship of my life may or may not be sailing on calm and amiable seas. The challenging days of my existence may or may not be bright and promising. Stormy or sunny days, glorious or lonely nights, I maintain an attitude of gratitude. If I insist on being pessimistic, there is always tomorrow. Today I am blessed.