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Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Look what I have!

Sometimes I forget what wonderful friends I have. I haven't a clue how to make one of these, but Christina from Reading Thru The Night suggested I have one for my personal American Journey challenge and look, now I have one.

My lovely friend Alison made it especially for me to use when I write my posts for my American travels. I shall also put it in my sidebar, so you can click on my progress as I travel around.

I am so excited by this challenge and can't wait to start in the beginning of March. I just need to order my books for my first stop Alabama.

If anyone wishes to join me on any leg of my American tour, then by all means let me know.

23 comments:

  1. What a great button! How nice of your friend Alison to make one for you :)

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  2. This is a marvellous idea! And a fabulous button, too!

    Your red felt corsage is being made today. :0)

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  3. I don't know how to make buttons either (but I just love them!) This one is absolutely perfect for your challenge.

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  4. That's a great button, Vivienne. Be sure to stop in FL and MA! Safe and happy travels.

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  6. I'm so excited for you, hunni. I know you're going to enjoy this so much. I'd do this with you but am such a slow reader. :P xx

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  7. Yay! Such a great button. I'll be sure to jump along with you through out the year. :)

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  8. Thank you ladies, I absolutely love it.

    Can't wait for my corsage too, Anne. I shall wear it with pride.

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  9. Oh, that is an awesome button! I only recently learned how to make blog buttons, but this one looks beyond my capabilities!

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  10. If I can squeeze it in, I might read some Joshilyn Jackson with you.

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  11. Very cool button :D
    Perhaps if I find a good book I'll join ya

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  12. It looks fantastic - I bet you keep that forever :D

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  13. Love the button, Vivienne, it's perfect!

    When you stop in Savannah, Georgia, say hello to CeeCee, Oletta, and Aunt Tootie, they'll keep the porch light on for you!

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  14. Awesome button :D Good luck with the challenge!

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  15. It's absolutely wonderful! I don't know how to make buttons either, but would like to learn. :)

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  16. What a cute button! It seems very appropriate. :)

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  17. cute button and challenge! my hubby and i have taken 3 summer road trips ('07, '08, '09) and have seen all but 5 states. never thought to read through the states. :) very clever. enjoy your 'trip'.

    nat @book, line, and sinker

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  18. I love the button, Viv! You have a great friend there!

    I'd love to join you in this journey. How do I sign up and what do I do? Do I follow the states you're on now or go freestyle? Let me know! :D

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