Sunday, March 29, 2009

And the winner is....

AMELIA!!!!!

I only had two comments, which means either I'm not very popular since I haven't been blogging much, or y'all just aren't living the creative life at the moment. :-)

Marina, you didn't mention wanting to be part of the game, but if you do, let me know!

So, Amelia, do you want me to drop the birdhouse by, have lunch, go camping, give it to you when we pick strawberries...? :-)

Now I can't wait to see what Amelia does. If you've dropped by her place and seen the pictures of the girls' room, you know she is very creative. Might be smart to see what shows up on her blog because you might want it! And even if you don't want to be part of the game, you need to visit because she is a gifted writer whose inspiration is the Holy Spirit, and He gives her some powerful truth to share. It's good stuff, folks. Bless yourself and give her a visit.

2 comments:

Lisa Buffaloe said...

Congratulations, Amelia!

Amelia said...

Guess I better get crafting!

I vote birdhouse when we go pick strawberries. Doesn't that sound fun? There is a strawberry festival down near San Antonio next weekend, but I couldn't talk Thomas into it this year.

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