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Up to the Challenge

Cheryl over at Muppin.Com threw a 31 Day Blog Challenge last year and I thought...I should do that...well then before I knew it December 15th was showing up on the calendar and knew I had blown my chance so when she asked who was in this year I threw my hand way up in the air and gave a shout MEMEMEME!

See that little button for the 31 Day Blog Challenge
You can pop over there and see the rest of the crazy bloggers who was ready to take on the challenge.

I hope this 31 day habit sticks and I can write more..share more about quilting, more about Kelly Ann's Quilting and we can have some interesting conversations about what you like, don't like and LOVE LOVE LOVE about this community that keeps us in stitches...

Until Next Time

Be Kind

Kelly Ann


  1. Hi Kelly Ann, I pretty much did the same thing with this challenge...although I didn't jump in quite as quickly as you did. But hey, I figured, why not? It'll be great fun to connect with new friends!

  2. YAY!! Thank you for being part of it!!!


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