I'm Cherrie but I go by "hayscg" in the Digi World. I currently live in middle Tennessee, but I grew up in central Kentucky, I met my husband of 19 years there while attending college. We have two beautiful daughters Abigayle who's 12yrs old and Elisabeth who's 9yrs old, my girls are almost always the main subject of my designs.
I went to a craft fair and a consultant introduced me to Creative Memories Scrapbooking that got me interested in scrapbooking and soon I was hooked. A few years later my DH got me a Sony Cybershot for my birthday, and soon after that I made the transition to digital scrapbooking, that was about 9 years ago and I enjoy it as much today as I did when I first started. The other tools I use to do my DS are Photoshop and Photoshop Elements those are definitely tools no scrapper should be without.
Besides scrapbooking, I love spending time with my family, taking photos, watching TV and gabbing on the phone with my friends. I also spend a large portion of my time on educating my girls. I live a very quiet simple life, but at times you'd think other wise.
Moonflower is one of the most romantic plants you can grow in the garden. It's a statuesque, ideal evening-garden plant bearing large trumpet-shape flowers that unfurl in the evening (or on overcast days) and stay open until the sun rises. Some are sweetly fragrant when open. This beautiful plant is also very heat- and drought-resistant. Beware: It's quite poisonous, especially the seeds.
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