Our warmest wishes go out to anyone affected by the huge loss to our nation ten years ago today.  I wasn't born yet, but Ann was working in the real world back then.  She woke up every morning between 6 & 6:30am with the TV turned on to the local news show that comes one before Good Morning America.  She told me she still remembers waking up to the live pictures that morning.

Her boss had lived in New York City before moving to Sacramento so she called her right away to see if she was alright and to ask if she'd heard from any of her family members.  Ann's office was right across from the capitol building in Sacramento so as a precaution, she didn't have to go in to work that day. 

So here's a card that started out to be a Christmas card, but ended up looking more like a Fall card.  I figured it was the best way to share our Warmest Wishes to everyone on this National Day of Service.


Come back tomorrow & see how Ann revamped this card to make it into one of the favorite Christmas Cards they stamped yesterday.

We'll be here stamping today with some of our favorite friends getting ready for a huge 125 person swap with the top demonstrators in the U.S. & Canada this week.

Remember that Pup Club orders are due tomorrow, if you haven't already done them.   It's not too late for you to join & get free project instructions & free stamps.  Find out more here.

It's a grrrrreat time to be the blog dog of a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

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