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July 24, 2011


Toni K

Oh My Word! I had never heard that song before. You're right, tissue time. My third just graduated high school, and he'll be moving away to play hockey. I'm so happy for him, but so sad for me. This song got me right in the heart!
By the way, gorgeous card ;)

Marcie S.

I just adore this card Carole! The bright, fun and cheery nature of it delights me. My children are much younger (2 and 4),but I understand your sentiment...they just grown and become real, amazing little humans right before my very eyes!


Love the bright colors of your card! The black really makes the butterflies pop!


YUMMY!!! I LOVE everything about this beautiful card! Doodlebug is my favorite paper and embellie company - CUTE CUTE CUTE! The butterflies are fabulous! I totally understand what you are saying about your little man, even though it's hard to watch them grow up right in front of your eyes I know you are one proud momma!Check out those out Truman...the ladies will be knocking down your door this year!!! That is one sweet smile!!!

Ree Donnelly

Oh Carole, I am shaking my head in awe at the transformation! Somehow he now looks so much older & BOYYY is he handsome!
I mean, WOW! Proud mama you are <3

Umm, btw, gorgeous card, too! ;o)

Pat Jandacek

A beautiful card...your butterfly collection is a great inspiration. Nothing beats Mother Nature in color selections. You have a great way with words to express the mixed emotions of parenthood. You also have every reason to be a very proud mama. You can count on your handsome boys to always do you proud. Thanks for sharing.

alma de la rosa

Stunning. Just stunning. Those butterflies look like they are just resting.

Dawn Easton

Oh my, Carole! This is fabulous! LOVE those colours and your butterflies are BEAUTIFUL!!!
Truman is a handsome young man!

chris v - easily amused

your butterflies are gorgeous, as expected.
I used to live 20 minutes outside of Manhattan, I went to see the closing performance of "Into the Woods" great show, wonderful music. Outside the theatre hanging off the roof there was an enormous giant's boot. In your playbill you got a postcard with a picture of the theatre. I still have that sucker somewhere in a draw and that has to be about 20 years ago. Ah, memories.

Have I mentioned lately how glad I am you came back to blogging.

Your son's smile is gorgeous!

Jody Morrow

Gorgeous card!

Glenda J

So yummy! Love the bright colours.

Julie  Masse

This card is just about my favorite EVER!! I love it Carole - so pretty!! And wow oh wow is that boy of yours ever handsome!! Great smile! :)


Gorgeous card, and you're right, he DOES look older. So cute, too!

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