Letterboxing, Blogging and Cardmaking

My friend Jodi is so much cooler then me, afterall she did teach Jennifer about eyelets.  That’s her claim to fame.  She is always doing “fun stuff”, so when she talked about letterboxing I had to see what it was all about.  I started here.

The Baby Girl has been bored so I kidnapped her and I only gave her these clues.

  1. We were going some place she had never been.
  2. We needed an ink pad.
  3. It involved ice cream.

We went to Spring Grove Cemetery.  I had never been to Spring Grove and The Baby Girl said she’s never been to a grave yard ever. 

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She read the map for our directions and really had fun.  She was a little freaked out by the spider webs on the baggie when we found the stamp.

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We signed the book and I forgot to get a picture of our note that we left. 

Then we explored Spring Grove, all I can say is unbelievable.

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We spent a couple of hours exploring, looking at dates some of them were really old.

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Some were indecent, or so The Baby Girl thought.

Last night we finally started The Baby Girl’s blog.  Please stop by and visit.

I squeezed in a few cards today.  It’s amazing how much I get accomplished when there is no Pool Time.

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You can find a couple more right here.

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About Michelle

I started my blog as a way to connect with other paper crafters and of course it has gone a totally different direction. I've been able to share my experience as a mother, my hurt and disappointments over not having a relationship with my maternal unit, my walk with God and how knowing Him has changed me and continues to help me grow into the person I strive to be......
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3 Responses to Letterboxing, Blogging and Cardmaking

  1. Sherri Hitsman says:

    The letterboxing sounds fun. Way to much time involved for me though.
    Have you ever been to Pyramid Hill. It would be a perfect place for letterboxing.
    Sounds like you two had a great time.

    sherri

  2. Chloe says:

    Thank you for your post on my blog about my sister and addiction. I have heard the name Alanon before but can you please tell me what that is? Thanks!

  3. Hokie Thoughts says:

    Recently ‘rediscovered’ your blog and have had a blast catching up on old postings. What beautiful photographs, and such a great activity for you and the Baby Girl to share. Keep it up! Fun reading!

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