Thursday, 30 September 2010

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~ The new specs ~
I was able to donate my old pair of specs to the charity Vision Aid Overseas, and by doing that I remembered a LO I'd seen in Creating Keepsakes magazine ... I feel a scrap lift coming on.

7 comments:

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Ruth Sweetie...
What a beautiful share. I love the thought of donating my old specs. I had never thought of that. Thanks for the wonderful idea. I will be checking into that now myself. I know of at least 4 pair that could use a new home instead of taking up space in a drawer.

I saw your DH had a birthday. I am sure it was wonderful, but please wish him a belated birthday for me.

I see DS has graduated to a class 3days a week. (No Mum). Ruth sweetie he is growing up and he has a smile that lights the page when I open it each time he is there.

Hope you have a beautiful day sweet friend. Stop by for a cup of tea. It is steaming already this morning.

Many hugs and so much love, Sherry

Liz said...

Nice specs and good that you can donate your old ones.

Cheryl said...

Great idea to donate and carn't waite to see your scraplift x

Amy said...

That is an excellent idea to be able to donate the old specs - those new ones are very snazzy Ruth!

Bernie said...

Your new glasses are lovely, I have been donating my old ones for several years now. They go to missionaries and after they get them I'm not sure what happens but suppose to help those in third world countries....:-)Hugs

Rhona said...

What a great idea, I had my eyes tested this week and am waiting for my new glasses. I'll ask them about donating the old ones.
We now need to see a photo of you wearing the new ones ;o) and I'm looking forward to seeing the scraplift.

humel said...

Good for you - one of my friends in church is an optician and she has links to this charity :-)

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