Monday, July 1, 2013

DST Blog Train July 2013

It has been quite awhile since I have participated in a blog train.  I have been so busy and also getting my health back in order.  This month's theme is "Welcome to My World"  Although I lived in Tampa for many, many years, we are now in the Midwest.  Well, not much you can about the world of the Midwest, farms, country music, and the changing seasons.  None of which I care for! :)  So, I narrowed my world down a little and decided that my world is truly my home.  My favorite place to be, where my favorite people in the world live!  I loved that browns, tans, and reds are actually the colors in my home.  We are definitely homebodies since moving up here.  But we love being hospitable, having friends and family over for cookouts or family dinners in the winter or just plain visiting and laughing.  So welcome to my world, where my heart is... at home!



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20 comments:

  1. Thank you Amber, I am also a home body.

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  2. I love your paper-esque flowers!
    Many thanks!
    :) Mags / MagsGraphics

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  3. Thank you so much - one of my favourite kits on this train! Love the papers!

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  4. Thank you for your piece of the train, especially the wordart!

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  5. Thanks for the beautiful freebie. I also feel that my home is my "home," no matter where in the world it is.

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  6. Heartfelt thanks for such a beautiful portion of the BT.

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  7. Beautiful Luv it THANK YOU :~}

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  8. Thank you for sharing. I too am from the Mid-west!

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  9. Thank you so much! Love it!

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  10. Beautiful - thanks so much for sharing your part of the world.

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  11. It's beautiful, I love it. Thank you very much!

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  12. Thank you for sharing this pretty mini with us. :)

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  13. Thanks for the contribution to the Blog Train. Sorry you don't much like the midwest. I'd take that any day over a Florida city. :)

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