It is getting to the time of year when we all start to think about what we can finish up this year to make us feel better about all the new projects we will want to start next year. November and December are finishing off months here at the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Hopefully so finishes are in your future.
Hope the worst has passed and that the only struggle is having no electricity.
Hope you and your family came through the storm okay. Good thoughts for all of you in the storm area.
Hope that you all are safe and sound!
Hope the storm passed you by without too much damage or trouble. I know every one of us participating in the RSC has been thinking about you the last few days.
I'm so glad that you and your family are doing well and have escaped any major storm damage. We were all worried about you, but pleasantly surprised to see your blogpost this morning!
I hope you and your family are okay. After hearing all the weather report warnings, I was afraid that most of Florida was going to be blown off the face of the map. If you are okay, please, please, please be safe getting around. You are in my thoughts.
Doing a happy dance that Matthew was less fierce than advertised!
I hope that you and your family are all okay, warm and dry! I have loved following along with the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. I know I could have started in the middle and joined in, but I had so many other things going on, I didn't want to add to the WIP's I had going on. Are you going to be doing something else in the new year? I would love to start out with a new beginning!
Thank you for doing such a fun challenge!
Take care. Will be watching on...
I add my prayers that you got through the storm unscathed -- let there be real rainbows overhead! Do I understand that there is no "color of the month" for November? (I knew that December was finishing.)
I am linking up 3 posts from last week. didn't see your post until now, we lost power for 24hrs sat-sun, but at least we're not flooded....
Did I miss the October block for the sampler? Hope all is well and you are all recovered from the storm last weekend.
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