January 5, 2020
Good morning. This is going to be a short post. In a little while, I need to get ready to go out to breakfast with Deanne and Eddie and the kids. Today is Jasmine's birthday, she's twenty years old today. Wow wow wow, where have the years gone?
So, for today's old photo I have one of my four eldest children. I believe this was taken in the late 1960's. Left to right is Audrey, Deanne, Gary Jr and Kerri. They are showing off the new outfits I've made for them. The girls have knitted skirts and sweaters, and Gary Jr has dress pants and a Nehru jacket.
I chose this photo because the second from the left is Jazzy's mom. Not too long ago, Jazzy was this small. It seems like the busier we get with life, the quicker our babies grow up.
I've had a question about where I have my blogbooks made so I've copied the information in today's email. This is for the current sale offering, and it is a good deal. If you have a lot to put into the books, consider about splitting it into several books. They do offer a sale coupon several times a year.
You have choices of how to make the book, what to include in it, what size to make the photos, etc. Any questions, just drop me an email and I'll be glad to help. I've just made book number 30. (since 2008) You can email me at email@example.com.
"You’ve already got 365 days of source material before you start working too hard on 2020, look back at last year and make a blog or photo book from your blog or Instagram!
There’s no better way to look back on the year that was than a custom-made volume of your favorite memories. Save 40% on everything when you use promo code DECADE at Blog2Print.com through January 7th."
One more thing I want to share before I leave to get dressed is an image that I borrowed from the web. I have never seen a Poinsettia tree. Have you? It is so beautiful.
Now I must go get dressed so that I will be ready when I'm picked up. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.
Sunday, January 5, 2020
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Thanks for the info on the blog books! I'll check it out. I would like to have some printed record just in case the whole Internet goes dark someday -- although if that happens we'll probably have bigger problems than trying to read blogs, LOL!
The poinsettia tree is beautiful. They're evergreens in tropical areas -- we had some in Florida that lived for years -- but I never knew they'd get THAT big.
Happy birthday to Jazzy. I've not done blog books, but I'm interested in putting one together. Have a great week.
I would love to see a Poinsettia tree. I am like Steve, I never knew that they got that big but I have seen smaller ones. They say to trim the dead leaf and flowers off or wait for them to fall off and water your plant and put it in a dark place for a few months. You are suppose to repot them several times until they get large enough to plant in the ground but that information might be out dated by now.
Happy Birthday to Jazzy and I hope you all had a wonderful time at breakfast. I will talk to you tomorrow... Hugs to you and Pogo.. Love you both to the moon and beyond...
If you send me the photo I will see if I can color correct it. Was it a Polaroid? The poinsettia tree was interesting with flowers only on one side.
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