Sunday, January 27, 2008

Uncle Derek-LOAD 27

Note for Lisa, who left a nice comment on my blog: Of course you may add my blog to your bloglist. I'm flattered you would like to. Thanks for asking! :o) Blogger doesn't include email addresses so I couldn't respond directly. I think your blog is terrific! My brother Derek (number 3 brother out of 5) is an over the road truck driver. Because his delivery route doesn't often take him through Denver, we don't get to see him too often. But in August of last year I got a phone call from him letting me know he was at a nearby truckstop. He wanted to know if we could meet him there for dinner. Of course! (it was during dinner we saw the news of the Minnesota Bridge collapse) After we ate, we brought him back to our house for a bit so he could relax. He had fun playing with the girls and they loved his attention. It sure was nice catching up with him. The visit was too short, but better a short visit than none at all.

Template: All Stitched Up by Janet Phillips
Elizabeth kit by Saskia Bokkers
Fonts: Anthology, FG Adrian and Century Gothic

Thanks so much for visiting! I hope you find time to create today.


Angela2932 said...

This is beautiful, Jeanne! I love the stitching and the choice of colors. You really did a knock-out job on this one! I don't know about you, but I'm going to breathe a sigh of relief when LOAD is over, as much as I enjoyed it and got much out of it.

Carol Dillon said...

Love the colours you have used on this layout Jeanne.
Your girls teachers are so lucky - the valentines gifts in the post below are so adorable.

Thanks for your concern over my coccyx LOL. Unfortunately not a lot treatment for it, my chiropractor is releasing the muscles around it weekly and I have to try and not aggravate it. But it is getting better.

Carol :-)

Lisa's Blessed A Latte said...

Love's the cutest!!! You are so Amazing with what you Create!!!!

Jackie said...

Oh Jeanne..this is the template too...glad you had fun with Uncle Derek

Kathi Carlson said...

What a special layout, and a smart girl you were, too, to remember to take your camera1