10 Responses to “Wild Weather and Stately Flowers!”

  1. Lovely layers and and Stately Flowers. I love Melanie’s work also.
    Glad to hear you are all safe. I had the atlas out and weather station most of the weekend..It is unbelievable what mother nature can do.
    Have a great week.

  2. SO relieved that you all were OK! Such weird weather this season – so unreal.

    Lovely take on your state flower, Sherry 🙂 You’re right, that patterned paper is perfect for the colors! xo

  3. The thought of tornado’s and hurricanes, just terrifies me. That coming from a born and raised Californian who has weathered a few earthquakes. The biggest one happened the year the movie Earthquake came out and 3 days after my son was born. I had just seen the movie and was suffering from post pardum I am sure. I just remember gathering up my baby and standing in a door jam crying as the whole house seemed to be rolling. Right about then, my brother and his best friend who had been on a large rig (a telephone company truck), decided to swing by to see his new nephew for their lunch hour, and hadn’t felt a thing and had no idea we had just had an earthquake. As they walked in they found me there balling my eyes out like some total lunitic and I went running to them thanking them for coming to rescue me. Of course they thought I had totally lost it or that something was wrong with the baby. Once they got me settled down and I realized that it was nothing like the movie and that I was just totally over reacting the power was restored and they got to spend a little time with the baby and had a good laugh at my expense. Almost 40 years later we still laugh about it. Anyways, I am just glad to hear you and your family are safe.
    Marcie

  4. I’m so glad that you and your family were safe from the tornados, Sherry. As a Missourian, I know how devastating they can be. Thank goodness for early warnings and basements! I love your card. Since I make cards, I’m always anxious to see your pretty creations and this one is great!! Thanks for sharing it.

  5. I am so glad that you all are safe. My heart goes out to the people who lost everything they owned and especially to the ones who lost loved ones. I just read in my hometown paper where the baby found in the field in Indiana died and then it said that the father, mother and two siblings were also killed, how sad. Thank you for sharing your beautiful card it made my day brighter.

  6. such pretty embossing and coloring of the flowers, the papers are perfect with it 🙂
    Glad to hear you all made it thru the storms safely

  7. Your card is beautiful. Being from Missouri, I was fortunate enough to win the set when I correctly identified her sneak peak of our state flower, the hawthorne, and I’ve had a wonderful time with it. I’m glad you and your family are OK. We had a tornado just three miles from our home on New Years Eve 2010. We didn’t lose so much as a twig or even have much rain, but the loss just down the road was devatating.

  8. I can only imagine the sadness of those who suffered such loss. I hope Mother Nature gives your area a break. Your card is beautiful, but then your work always is.

  9. I’m so glad to hear you are okay after all the storms and tornado activity. Poor Kate – “Birthday in a Basement” will be a good title for a scrapbook page at least!! I love your card – didn’t know what the Kentucky state flower was until reading this post. Beautiful!!

  10. Thanks so much for posting Sherry, this design is gorgeous! ( Sorry you lost your post, rats!) Thankful you and family are okay!

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