Saturday, May 28, 2011

In Honor of Your Memory

Hi there! You should be arriving here from Giselle's Blog for the Memorial Day Weekend Blog Hop! Click the image at the left to be taken to the beginning!

Unfortunately I was unable to get my card created for this hop due to unforeseen circumstances. I'll make it up to you though! Become a follower of my blog and leave me a comment telling me someone YOU'RE remembering for this occasion. I'll choose a special comment to share with you on Monday and the chosen person will receive a GIFT CARD to Hobby Lobby! WOO HOO!

Now you'll need to HOP on to Rebecca's Blog! Thank yo9u so much for being here! I hope you enjoy a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend!


  1. Hi Brynn,
    I still didn't get any respond from you about the prize I won at your vintage challenge.
    Please let me know what should I do to claim my prize.
    Take care!

  2. Happy Memorial Day! I don't have any family members who died in service to our country. My father is a vietnam veteran though. Thanks to all who are fighting for the freedom we enjoy! Also a big thank you to the families holding down the fort at home! joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

  3. i'm already a follower and i'm thinking of all the people who have served, especially my dad who was in the navy!
    sweetlilscrapper at hotmail dot ca

  4. Already a follower, today I am thinking of my Dad who server in the Navy. He passed away in 2000. So this is a time for me to remember all that he has done.

    Hope all is well!

  5. Have a great Memorial Day Weekend. I think of all the soldiers fighting for us to have a safe and free Country and for those we lost. We are forever greatful!
    Sherrie K

  6. I am already a follower and I will remember to come back to see what you have created for us to see. Seriously I will remember to say a prayer for all the persons that are fighting now and ones that have lost their lives fighting for freedom!
    mbchoj at aol dot com

  7. Already a follower :) I don't know personally anyone in the military but I am so proud of them for their sacrifices and keeping America safe and free. This weekend is extra special because it marks another year I came to this country. Thanks for the chance to win :)

  8. Hi, I'm already a follower. I'm thinking of my grandfather who was in WW1. He came from Italy, became a US citizen and was so proud to fight for his new country.
    Hope you're doing okay now after your accident. Good luck with the physical therapy.
    Having trouble with blogger, and have to sign in as anonymous.

    Babe O'Mara


  9. So sorry you couldn't get your card done. I'll be thanking every vet I meet and know!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

  10. I thinking of my father and all the other soldiers who served in WWII. Right now my son is in Afghanistan working for a defense contractor so I am always thinking of him.

    I am a follower.

    sandyh502001 at yahoo dot com

  11. Hi Brynn,

    I am a follower and I always put up my flag in memory of my Uncle Martin who died in the Korean War. He was 21 years old. It was so sad because after he died my mom recieved a letter from him saying "today is my birthday, I'm 21 years old" He was her baby brother and she loved him dearly. I still look at that tear stained letter & photo of him, someday, I will scrap about it.

  12. My father is a Vietnam veteran and in recent years has begun to tell us stories of his service. It is truly a miracle that he made it home safely.

    I'm a new follower. Thank you for the chance to win.

  13. I am thinking of my amazing boyfriend who is a marine currently serving this wonderful country in Afghanistan. I miss him very much and he has been gone since February and will not return until September. I am also thinking of my brother who is also serving in Afghanistan. I just started following you. Very new to this whole blog thing but very excited to be a part of it and see everyones wonderful creations.

  14. Happy Memorial Day! This day makes me take a step back and reflect on my Uncle Ed. He received the Congressional Medal of Honor during the Korean War. But it also makes me never want to forget all those who have served in the US military for us.

  15. Hope all is well with you and you are enjoying the first official holiday weekend of summer. What do I remember? I remember when my son joined the navy...the fear and the pride I felt. I remember my dad who served in the Air Force, my husband-retired Army and my step-son who served with the Marines for 15 years and is now in Afghanistan working for the State Department..his 3rd year. I think of all of the returning troops suffering with TBI's (Traumatic Brain Injuries) and how devastating this is for not only the soldier, but their families.

  16. Happy Memorial Day. I'm a new follower.

    Smiles Sher


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