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Monday, June 1, 2020

SCRAP TWIST BLOG TRAIN


The Scrap Twist Blog Train has left the station. This month the theme is Rock Garden. I love the color palette! Enjoy and don't forget to visit the other stops.



                                             Download Here

Here is the list of stops:



KJDdesigns
Marniejo's House of Scraps
Nellie Bell
Dancing Tiger Designs
The Brown Owl
You are here Sue's Beautiful Reflections
Songbird Scraps Designs
Lady DGScrap

Friday, May 15, 2020

Facebook Freebie May 2020

Hi Everyone! 
I hope you are all doing well with this stay at home order (if your state has one). I have started exercising and even bought an exercise mat. I have some resistance bands and hand weights that I am learning to use. I have to say that I feel better and have more energy since I started exercising.

I have a new freebie on my Facebook page. The members voted in the monthly poll and "Planting the Garden" got the most votes. Just click on the link below:




I can't upload the preview for some reason, but I'm working on it.

Stay safe out there y'all!

Susan 
 

Friday, May 1, 2020

STBT Blog Train May 2020

Hello!  The Scrap Twist Blog Train has left the station!

This month's blog train is titled "Kindness is Contagious" and I love the color palette. I would love to see what you do with it! Stop by my Facebook group and post a picture. Just click the link below the picture to download my part. Make sure you go to the other blogs to get all the parts.



Here is my part:




Here is the rest of the train:


Nellie Bell
KJDdesigns
Rush Ranch
Marniejo's House of Scraps
Songbird Scraps Designs
Brandi White Designs
tp designs
The Brown Owl
You are here Sue's Beautiful Reflections
Lori Imel Designs

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Hello! I hope everyone had a nice Easter despite what is going on with this pandemic. It sure is a scary thing to hear about from the news. I pray that you all will be spared this virus.

I came with good news....I have a new freebie posted in my Facebook
group. Click on the link below or on the box on the side of this page. I am working on some things and they should be ready on or about May 1.

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/198250374068739/?ref=group_header



Please stay safe!

Sue

Friday, March 27, 2020

 Hello Everyone!

It's been quite awhile since I posted last. I've been going through a rough time. First, my husband and I divorced after almost 20 years of marriage. I then became homeless. I was blessed with a friend that took me in and helped me to get back on my feet again. 

That same friend sent me "home" to be with my family when my niece passed away due to complications from Lupus. My heart will always ache for her. I held her for the first time when she was just an hour old. She died 2 months before she turned 33 years old.

I woke up very dizzy one morning in October. I had to hold onto the wall to get downstairs. Thank goodness a friend from church was stopping by to pick up a bag of clothes. She got me to the hospital, and I had a cardiac catherization the next day. A stent was put in and I went through cardiac rehabilitation. I am happy to say that I feel great now. 

Now that I am in a better place, I can't wait to start posting my kits again. There will be freebies here, as always. Make sure you stop by in about a week. 

Prayers are always welcome and I would like to start a prayer list as soon as I can figure out how to give you all access to it. We should pray for one another. I never would have made it through everything without God. 


Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Blog Train

The Scrap Twist Blog Train has left the station!  You can download my part by clicking the link below the preview picture. Enjoy!



Be sure to get all the parts of the blog train by stopping at these blogs:


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

New Freebie 

It's been a bit crazy around here in Danville, VA. Early Sunday evening I got an alert on my phone that there was a tornado in the area and to "seek shelter now." We don't have a basement, so we grabbed our fur babies and headed for the bathroom. The tornado was on the ground for 70 miles and there is widespread damage. We were blessed to be spared. The damage started about a half mile from our house. Our little city is still under a state of emergency. We still have power, but many people do not. A lot of roads are blocked due to trees and debris making them impassable. We still have power and we are fine. There is a site on Facebook where folk can donate or look for help. It says Lynchburg, VA. That city is just north of Danville, VA. Because it is a bigger city, the media focus is there. 

Here is the link:


Now for the Facebook freebie:



Enjoy and don't forget to vote in the poll for next month's freebie!