Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Welcome to my blog!! 
I know what you are thinking... just when you thought there couldn't possibly be another blog added to this blog world we live in, here I come with one!  My blog is something that was in the works anyway in conjunction with my on going revamp of my internet business, but after a weekend in Arlington for a swap with my friend/neighbor Carolyn (Cammie) she pretty much "double dawg" dared me to get one up.  I said I would and she laughed saying, "Uh huh... I am still waiting!" So I turned to Laura (Lov'n Life n Vegas) and said, "By Friday, my blog will be up!! Mark my words!!" {{WAVING}} HERE I AM GIRLS!!!    

So, grab yourself a cup of coffee, tea, or your favorite beverage and browse around. See who inspires me and where I like to shop.  Don't forget to visit some of my favorite blogs I have listed, and if you don't see yours, let me know!! I will add you to the roll...  Happy Stamping!


  1. aahhhhh!!! YES....YOU ARE HERE! Love it Deb--congrats and welcome to blogland. Subscribing!!! hugs and Congrats!

  2. Woohoo, Deborah, welcome to blogland! And it's up before Friday even. May I add you to my blogroll?:) Have a wonderful day!
    Big Hugs,

  3. Congrats on your new blog! You go know how to keep that neighbor of yours hushed! Hee! Your new banner is awesome (good job Angel!) and it looks like you had a wonderful time with all your SCS friends! Woot!

  4. Your blog looks great, a job well done. I look forward to reading your blog, looking at your beautiful cards, and getting to know you better -- HA, HA.
    -Your Husband

  5. Deborah, my oldest son, Edward James Anton, is an author and the minister of the Hampton Roads Church in Virginia. His wife's name is also Deborah Anton. She is a Family Physician there.I Googled her name and came across your beautifully designed and constructed Blog, the content of which says so much about you. When I realized who you were, I read every word and looked at every photo. Every one of your Blog Posts conveys what a beautiful, loving, creative, darling, wonderful girl you are. What a treasure Tombo and those precious little angels, my grandsons, have in you. Having already lived nine years beyond my paternal grandfather, Daniel Burch (our true family name), and three years beyond my Father, James F. Anton, my prayers that I prayed every day, on my knees, since September 20, 1976, that God would guide Tombo, protect him, and keep him safe, have been answered. I no longer have to carry around that hole in my heart of not knowing how he is. When Tombo's Nonny, once said to me, some years ago, in one of our many phone converations, "Why are you being so selfish? You have other sons." It wasn't out of meaness that she said this.I could tell how much she loved him and couldn't bear not to have him in her life by the way she talked about him. She told me once that she let Tombo know about our conversations. "Nonny, you talk to him?" God, how I love that woman for watching over him, and for being both a mother and Nonny to him. I was saddened to see, from your Blog, that Tom Torricelli had passed. I always think of them both every April 25th and 27th, their birthdays. If everything in my life and Tombo's life hadn't occurred in the order it has, none of us would be experiencing and enjoying all of the family love and happiness we now know. I don't care about the Blame Game. It is only Now that is worth every second of the Past.

    All my love,

    Dad ( and that's exactly who I am.)


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