Stamping is a fun craft, and even if we aren't "artistic," we can be creative and make something lovely to give away or keep in a scrapbook.I have a wonderful and very encouraging husband. We have two grown daughters. I work full time and besides stamping, I am active in our church and in Bible studies.ggd--In our correspondence related to preparing this issue, Deb wrote:I work at Hobby Lobby (Asst Mgr/Floral Dept Mgr) and recently had to fill out an accident report with the Mgr present.
(Background: I have been a secretary for YEARS. I worked for the State Dept, with temp tours in Russia and Geneva, then worked in a private law firm -- always as secretary. That was back when we typed on typewriters. Nowadays I type (on a computer) for an author.So to continue, I was filling out the accident report on the computer, and the Mgr. noticed that I know how to type. "Who taught you to type?" she asked. "I was a secretary for years," I answered. BUT in my mind, I was proudly thinking of my past history. Then a humbling thought crossed my mind:
People don't care about who you WERE. They care about who you ARE.
Not to argue but--We care about it all. Love this additional insight and information about your background and your experiences. ggd