Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Sisterhood of the blogging stampers

I have joined a group called Sisterhood of the blogging stampers! Hi Sisters. I am going to be a little scarce for the next week and half. I am truly excited about getting to know you all and developing friendships with each of you!

I am a stay at home Mom and Grandma of 1. I have 4 children, 1 daughter (oldest) and then 3 sons. The daughter is the Mom of the super cute if I say so myself granddaughter. She is two going on sixteen and I babysit her while her Mom and Dad are working on their own business. I have been babysitting her since she was six weeks old!

I have a son next who does road construction. He loves to hunt, camp and fish. He considers himself a redneck and from the sounds of the way he talks, I believe him. He did graduate from High School, I promise.

My third child is 19 years old and on August 1 of this year left for Brazil to serve a full time mission for our church. His mission is the Porto Alegre South Mission. He is doing wonderful and loving his mission so far. There is a link at the bottom of the page if you want to check out his web page and see what he is up to. He returns from Brazil in August of 2009. Not that I am counting or anything, but I get to see my boy in 89 Sunday's!

My youngest is 17 next month. He loves to snowboard! That is what he lives for. He currently is looking for a job and has a girlfriend. He is a Junior in High School.

I have been a Stampin'Up! demonstrator for over 10 years. I have been a Stampin'Up! snob for years. I am currently branching out and finding other stamp companies exist! I love it! Papertrey Ink and nestabilites are my favorites right now! I am looking forward to the new catalog in January.

I have been married to my sweet husband for 25 years. He is amazing. Besides working to the bone to support his family, he volunteers for the police department and is a counselor in the Bishopric at our church. He is extremely busy! He supports me like no other and I just want to say I love you honey!

That's about it. I am looking forward to getting to know my sisters better. I am currently working on a humongous quilt and getting ready for the vacation at Big Sky! Lots to do to get ready so I will see you girls when I get back. Have fun stamping!


Jenifer said...

Welcome to the Sisterhood!!

ktstamps said...

Great blog! WOW! I am a SU demo and I go in and out of SU supplies. I think that if you want to keep up with the stampin world you have to branch out. I took my rubber stamps and set them on EZ mount for acrylic stamps. My SU demo friends were shocked I would not put them on wood! I think SU need to get with the program. :) Anyway...I added you to my SCS list! Have a great day! kt

Melanie Welch said...

It's so fun to come across other LDS members!! Love your blog!!

RockyMountainStamper said...

Hi there Sista!

So great to "meet" you! I'm LDS as well.

Have a wonderful day!

Jennis Ardern said...

Hi I'm an LDS, SU demonstrator too.
Just thought I'd say hi. And nice blog.

If you want to check out my blog it's:

Lori J said...

Wow, there are alot of us LDS ladies out there. Great blog, Lesa! You must be so proud of all your kids. My boys always talk about going on their mission. They have started saving already. :0)

Maria said...

Ok, can someone give me the scoop on this blogger sisterhood?

I'm so curious. Love the cards on your blog!


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