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11 June 2015


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Mary Frances

Catching up on my blog reading today. So glad to hear that Bailey is doing much better!

Brenda F

So sorry to hear about Bailey! He is such a regal creature. I'm sure it crushed his ego to be found in such a compromised and undignified state. I do hope he is all recovered and does not have a recurrence. Hugs! Brenda

Cyndie S.

I love, love your wildlife pictures. Every time I open one of your blogs, after viewing the wonderful cards, I scroll down to see the pictures of your wetlands/wildlife.

jeni allen

i love the card jaydee!!! it is beautiful!!! thanks for playing along with us over at retro sketch!!

Shannon Jaramillo

Jaydee, your card is SO beautiful...you may have enabled me to purchase that DSP!! And such a scary incident with your beautiful Bailey! I'm so glad you were able to diagnose and get him treated quickly!

Nancy Baxter

You have had quite a time! However, on the bright side, Bailey is better, the pileateds have a baby, and your wetlands graced you with a wild iris! I would say those are pretty good paybacks! Your card today is one of my favorites! Gorgeous colors, texture, dimension, and composition. Hugs and prayers from me to you and Lou and Bailey! Nancy B


I agree with Joan, you need a hug and good wishes too...so here they are! Have a great weekend with Lou and the kitties.

Note, please my new email addy...I get your blog there now and still love it! Cards and nature are a winning combination. Cyber hugs to you.


First up; my thoughts and prayers go out to you along with Big Hugs as well and wishing that Bailey gets to feeling better real soon.
“Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear a hardship today.” Just have faith, hope and trust in the Lord and He will help you through the storm.

Beautiful card.
You take care and hope tomorrow brings a better day for you.
Thanks for sharing your lovely photos with us. Always a joy seeing them.
Wishing you and Lou a wonderful and relaxing weekend. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Linda Rodgers

Love the card, Jaydee. I have the Hello You thinlet and am really enjoying using it. So useful.

As always, your nature photos make me jealous. Those wild irises are so gorgeous. Having a pileated woodpecker around is special enough, but to have baby(ies) must be incredibly exciting.

I hope the wetland 'stuff' resolves soon.


Grateful to hear Bailey is recovering and eating well, always a good sign. I hope you get a chance to catch your breath and unwind a bit this weekend. I cannot tell you how many times your closing sentence has comforted me when I've needed it. Just a few words, something very simple but I always felt like you were saying the words directly to me. Hope you don't mind if I repeat them back to you, "In the meantime, warm hugs and prayers for those of you who need a little lift tonight." Sounds like you could use a little lift with some hugs and prayers. Consider yourself hugged. Thank you for always sharing your beautiful cards with us.

Sandy M

Jaydee your card is fabulous! Love the colors of the new papers and the big, bold sentiment. Plus your bow is perfect.

Poor Bailey. Happy to hear he is doing better, but I wonder what ailed him. I didn't know about the drooling thing with cats. I know he's in good caring hands. I think I always learn something about animals and nature when I visit your blog. Thank you!

Jen Mitchell

I feel your pain Jaydee. I also have a kitty named Bailey and for the last month he's had issues straining when in the litterbox. Luckily it wasn't a blockage but he's been back and forth with medication trying to fix the issue. He's now on prescription food and hopefully he'll be back to his old self soon. I'm so glad that you were able to figure out the problem with YOUR Bailey and pray that he's getting better. And I can't leave without telling you how wonderful this card is. I love that you punched butterflies out that pretty DSP and arranged them around the die cut sentiment on your tag. Fabulous!

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