Author Archives: Paula Sayson

About Paula Sayson

scrapbooker, cardmaker, all around chauffeur a.k.a. mom

Frozen Yogurt

A few weeks ago my daughter raided my scrapbook supplies for her project. She needed 15 8×8 pages. This left me with 15 12x8s and 15 4×8 pieces of patterned paper. We all know that this hobby can be quite … Continue reading

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Surprised!

The loveliest thing happened this morning. I opened google reader where I have all the blogs I follow and clicked on Nichol Magouirk’s site and what do I see…My name was picked as winner for the Echo Park paper pack … Continue reading

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Trucks Load of Gifts

The past few months was a total whirlwind in my household…ballet practices and performances, band practices and performances, auditions and again performances…and yes, all of them plural. I tell you, Mr. Coffee and I have become very good friends! But, … Continue reading

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Buster

I acquired buster about three years ago when a co-worker had to give him up. I never did understand the reason behind the decision other than her granddaughter and Buster never got along. I kept his name, it cuts down … Continue reading

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Halloween stickers

I love halloween. I love the costumes, the cheesy scary movies, the attempts at finding ghosts (again on TV) and the candy. Who wouldn’t love the candies, right? A year ago I bought a pumpkin and happy halloween stamp set. … Continue reading

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A New Beginning

I created this blog years ago and have only managed to put three entries in it. Pathetic really. So much for moving with technology. In the past couple of  years I have started writing a novel and in the spring … Continue reading

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Oh no, Tornado!!!!!

As a child I viewed tornadoes as magical tunnels of wind that will carry one off to a far-away place with tiny people, a singing lion and a metal man with a shiny, silvery face as I have seen in the movie Wizard of … Continue reading

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