She has two that are ready to be sent so I thought that I would take a picture of them and post the pictures on todays blog so you can see the latest two cards that will go from Texas to Pennsylvania. Here is the first one:
She made the three dimensional card and also included a packet of seeds. I suppose you want to see what the seeds look like, right? OK. In the next picture I dumped some of the seeds out so you could see them:
And here is the verse I wrote for it:
Magic Seeds & Flowers
Inside this card you will find some magic seeds.
They produce flowers but never any weeds.
The card cover shows you the pretty flowers.
Will make you smile cause they have magic powers.
Want you to plant our seeds of love in your heart.
So you will think of us when we are apart.
The last picture (below) is the last card she made and it is of a couple of leafless trees.
And the rhyme I wrote for it:
A leafless tree is both beautiful and sad.
But if it’s dead then that would be really bad.
Ruth drew these knurled old trees,
Standing there like sentries.
Keeping guard and watching out for their comrade.
It takes a long time for a tree to grow big.
Can’t remember way back when it was a twig.
Was a seed or acorn?
From which it was born.
But now it thinks it is a very bigwig.
Now I want you all to have a great mid-week bog down day, you hear?