Things are about the same on the emotional level since dad passed last month. We are all on the emotional roller coaster. Mom got a card from one couple that shops at Walmart sending their condolences. They said that the place isn't the same without dad being there. And one of the managers there said that there have been quite a few customers asking about where dad went. It was hard for the manager to tell them about dad's passing because she liked dad like her own dad. Dad was pretty special to us and a lot of other people, too. He treated people with respect and dignity when he was at work and helped the customers as much as he could. I've also run into a few of our old co-workers when we worked together at GATX in various places around town. Saw three of them at Denny's Saturday! One of them works there. It's going to be a while before we can feel the ease in the sorrow we all feel. I know that I still feel sad about my late granddaughter, and it's been 11 1/2 years since she passed.
I've taken the plunge back into creating kits and quick pages again. And I do apologize for the previews, I'm sort of out of practice. I'm not really good at them, but I'm trying. This kit is in three parts plus the quick page. There are 36 full size papers, 8 torn pages (full size), 8 torn edges, and 122 elements in this kit, so make sure that you download all 3 zips as they are parts 1-3, and they won't download onto your computer without all 3 of them being in your files. The quick page, which is separate from the .rar files, has a link on Media Fire. There are also elements that are not shown in the 3 element previews....there are 7 previews....3 paper, 3 elements and the quick page is on the bottom.
HUGE Thank You for sticking with me through all of my ups and downs! You are all so very, very much appreciated!!
Here are the links for the kit and the quick page.
Part 1: http://www.mediafire.com/?yxpjns8qn5z8hjh
Part 2: http://www.mediafire.com/?b3kpfc8x0y5336x
Part 3: http://www.mediafire.com/?t7ebbd6qsd61nk6
Have an AWESOME week!