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Posted on: Wednesday, 25 June 2014, 12:28am
Comment by: TJET

Thank you for your comments on my Dynamic Scribe page.

Posted on: Thursday, 12 June 2014, 3:04pm
Comment by: RachelUK

Congratulations on making the Facebook show with the 'Picture worth a thousand words' - its wonderful!

Posted on: Monday, 27 January 2014, 5:43pm
Comment by: NVyankee

Hi Sara - thanks for the gallery love. Camera in the water -- waterproof! LOL. And about the hookah - it's nothing illegal. We didn't even use nicotine -- we "smoked" chocolate!

Posted on: Sunday, 8 December 2013, 9:17am
Comment by: dancinirish90

Hi Sara! You asked about how I keep track of info for my calendar pages. That's a good question! LOL No matter how much I think I'll just remember, of course, I don't, even for this year's pages that I'm doing right away. It's worse of course the further back I have to go. I go through my photos and calendars to figure some of it out, but I also usually go through my financial records. I use Quicken so it's all in one place, but basically, I just go through my credit card statements from the month in question to see where I was when. Of course, not all that goes on the calendar, but it helps me jog my memory or pin down dates of things I did. I also keep all my memorabilia in accordion files for each year until I complete all the LO's I'm going to do for particular month. Some I use on pages, some I don't, but it is another tool for me to use to remember things. For the memorabilia I don't use on pages, I throw some out (notes from school about field trips, etc.), some I keep in my album between the backs of LO's in the page protector (birth announcements that I don't do a page for and just write on my calendar LO or Cassie's original artwork that I made a reduced copy of to fit better on a page, for example). When I sit down to do a calendar page, I list the dates on scrap paper and start filling it in from all those sources before I write it in on whatever I'm using on the LO. Sometimes, it takes some detective work. I haven't started any for 2010 yet - and those are going to be pretty sparse. I used to keep everything in a Palm Pilot, and that's the year mine died and I lost everything. I don't know how much I'll be able to figure out without it. --- Anyway, sorry for the novel. Once I get typing sometimes... Hope that answers your question - probably more than you wanted to know. LOL

Posted on: Wednesday, 20 November 2013, 11:36pm
Comment by: Tena E.

Hi Sara, thanks for the gallery love...the bricks on the LO is made with washi tape not stamped.

Posted on: Thursday, 1 August 2013, 10:35am
Comment by: dollscrap

Hi Sara.My name is Jeannie. I was looking through the Scraprooms gallery here trying to find people with the Expidits from Ikea and with what appears to be 3 ring binders in them. The reason I was doing that is because I need to get a unit in my bedroom to have a place to put all my 3 ring binders which are 13 inches tall. My question is are those units large enough? I'd so appreciate it if you could tell me how big inside the individual units are. I figure they're large enough as so many scrappers have them. I make lots of "fat" layouts so I need 3 ring binders which seem to have more room in them and they may be a little taller than the top loaders.
Thanks ahead of time

Posted on: Thursday, 16 May 2013, 6:25pm
Comment by: raining

Sara thank you for the gallery visit and your sweet comments! SO appreciated! :)

Posted on: Tuesday, 2 April 2013, 6:58pm
Comment by: NVyankee

yup that is pumpkin up in the tree! And yes the boys look so little. Brian now over 6 ft and Brendan driving. Where does time go!

Posted on: Thursday, 28 February 2013, 2:04pm
Comment by: dancinirish90

Hi, Sara! You're not the only one who asked me that question! Hope you don't mind my copy/paste answer...

I know - it's weird. The way I understand it - it's not unlike us having a period - our egg is there too and is flushed out if it's not fertilized. This is similar - although, with a bird, of course, they lay them when they're fertilized too. The reason it doesn't happen all the time or to every female bird is that some birds are 'nesters' and some aren't. She has to have a 'trigger' to cause her body to think she's been fertilized and should make an egg. Some birds are triggered if you pet them on the back or wings; some rub up against a toy in their cage; it varies. Some female birds don't ever show an interest in that unless they have a real mate, others do it obsessively and lay eggs all the time. With those birds, they say you should try to discourage whatever activity is the trigger. It's not that good for them to lay too often because it leaches so much calcium out of their bodies, and it's hard to replace it. Mina lays sporadically - sometimes years between episodes, sometimes a few months. She usually lays about 3 eggs per episode, and they turn up about a day or two apart, so it lasts about a week. She doesn't always pluck her feathers out either. IDK - she's just nuts. LOL I just take them out and throw them away. The first time, she sat on them and guarded them, but after the month or so it would have taken to hatch if they'd been viable, she lost interest, and I threw those away too. Now, she has nothing to do with them after she lays them. The last one, I was sitting right next to her cage, and I didn't even see her do it. LOL

Hope that answers your questions. I didn't understand it either when it first started happening. But, I guess, it's the same way we get chicken eggs - I don't know why chickens lay every day though. :)


Posted on: Tuesday, 5 February 2013, 1:04pm
Comment by: Pink Spoonbill

Oh Sara, it was so kind of you to comment on my newest LOs. Have a great day! Terri

Posted on: Monday, 4 February 2013, 10:32am
Comment by: Pink Spoonbill

Good morning Sara. Thank you for all your sweet comments. You are way to kind, my friend. Hope you have a great week. Terri

Posted on: Monday, 21 January 2013, 6:05am
Comment by: cveira

I laughed so hard at your comment about the snowflakes. You are so right! In fact the pp, letters and snowflakes were from a page kit from 3 years ago when I last made christmas cards! xoxox

Posted on: Wednesday, 16 January 2013, 3:18pm
Comment by: pamela.tx

Awwww Sara! Thanks so much for the sweet comments on my Fall Ball layout!

Posted on: Sunday, 6 January 2013, 11:28am
Comment by: dancinirish90

I feel overwhelmed too. When I started scrapping in this style - I was only 6 months to a year behind. Now I'm still scrapping pics from 5 years ago. Oy. But I'm having a lot more fun doing it so it's okay. I'm in May of '08, but I have '09 completely finished up to September so I keep plugging away and will get there eventually. I take A LOT fewer pics now it seems, so more recent years won't take as long hopefully! LOL

Posted on: Friday, 4 January 2013, 8:32pm
Comment by: dancinirish90

Sara - I bet Addy looked really pretty. Have you scrapped it yet? Cassie didn't want a veil either, but she did wear a pearl tiara. On her big day, we went to have her hair put in an updo because it was rainy out. But for her formal portraits, she wore it down and curly. She was so pretty! That is such a fun day for little girls! I scrapped hers before I was involved in this site, so I've never put them up. I'd like to see Addy's. And, BTW, I want to tell you that I can't wait to meet you in July!

Posted on: Tuesday, 16 October 2012, 9:30am
Comment by: pamela.tx

Good morning! Thanks for the sweet comments on my layouts and bowholder!

Posted on: Sunday, 14 October 2012, 3:10pm
Comment by: NVyankee

thanks for the gallery love. NOt sure who took pic of "leaders". But on each trip -- the leaders each have a camera. Then they send us a disc. I got a disc with 1200+ pics on it. A scrappers DREAM!

Posted on: Monday, 8 October 2012, 7:51am
Comment by: pamela.tx

Thanks for the gallery love on my Halloween treat bags and layouts! I really appreciate it! :)

Posted on: Tuesday, 18 September 2012, 9:59pm
Comment by: lpeeps

Sara- your photo shoot comment about my backyard is right on. I took my nephews senior pictures and the best ones were the ones in my back yard. :)

Posted on: Thursday, 6 September 2012, 6:12pm
Comment by: AuntyT

Thank you for the gallery visit! You asked what a pivot was and you might try googling a central irrigation system. It's a large sprinkler in a way. The one they were looking at is a half mile long and about 15 feet high and usually moved in a circle or half circle.

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