A Cry for Help
Love this card and this post.
Fabulous card; we'd welcome you here in Canada....Hugs~carol
This says so much Joan. It gives meaning to the saying that a picture speaks a thousand words.♥♥♥
That is one amazing card Joan. I love how you made it.
LOVE this card Joan and I know exactly how you feel! Big hugs!!
I hear you. Perfect stamp. That's why stamping is better than Hallmark. Take care of yourself.
Awesome card! I share your worries. May God have mercy on us all.Hugs from Greece!
Great card to express a very worrisome and horrid situation.
Don't worry, be happy!! We need to keep laughing. la da dee. or la dee da. Joan, everything will be okay in the end, if it's not okay...it's not the end. A beautiful card, I didn't see the word at first, a cool way to emphasize a thought, that's for sure.
It's me again, any chance for more chapters of the book? You've got such a knack for writing it reminded me of Erma Bombeck's writings. Do you know her books? They got me through my life years ago!
Dorie, I wish I had the mojo to get back to M and her life, but at the moment I don't. Still dealing with a lot of medical issues. Since my stamping mojo is coming back I'm hoping the writing mojo does too. Thanks for the note. It made my day!
Your message comes through clearly with the red/blue division and the cry for help reaching out from the alternate universe. Awesome card, Joan. Now, back to my Golden Retriever bubble.
Amen sister.Lu C
Powerful piece. Sadly, but very accurately depicts the state of our Union right now ...
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I think / hope you should actually send this to the White House. And make some more to send to the senators. Nicely done - on many levels.
So agree, very scary times. Thanks for expressing in this way, you are an inspiration Joan.
What a great card! Love it! Just found your blog! Looking forward to checking it out!