My Amazing Son



Hello there....

So Jennifer McGuire has us all making Kindness cards. I agree that there could be a lot more kindness in the world. 
The theme this week is to send a card to someone in our community, and I have chosen to make and send this card to my youngest son. He graduated with an MBA at the age of 23...that ended up being a small victory as he then was not able to find a decent job. 
He is a dispatcher for the Police Department and has caught the First Responders bug. He is now following in his daddy's footsteps, as he is in the Police Academy.
I also wanted to play in the challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday, with their theme being the letter "N".....thus, the Nightstick embelly.
And how stinkin' cute are those tiny handcuffs?!?


I am sure when he goes to the mailbox, this will put a smile on his face.
 Do I want him to be a Police Officer? No...the world has changed and this is no longer an occupation that people are raised to respect. But if it makes him happy, I am happy!

So yes Jennifer...we could use some more kindness in our world!

Jennifer McGuire  -  Share Handmade Kindness Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Monday  -  Letter "N"
Simon Says Stamp Flickr  -  Anything Goes

 


Simon Says Stamp:  Work Out stamp set
Authentique:  Anchored & Pride 6 x 6 pads
Silhouette Cameo
Imagine Crafts featuring Tsukineko:  Sheer Shimmer Spritz, VersaFine Onyx Black ink
Ranger:  Glossy Accents
Etsy:  Tiny handcuffs

Thanks so much for stamping by...

2 comments

Lori Kobular said...

What a great card for your son! I love the little Police car! I wish him the best in his new chosen career!

Sandra said...

What a fun card for your son, Penny. the police car is so cute. love all the little embellies. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

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