Friday, February 10, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day! - Postcard Friendship Friday #102

Happy Valentine's Day everyone!

I apologize for the short missive today.  There is a LOT going on in my life over the next few weeks!  I'll be back in full force, once the crisis has passed.

Linky tools has revamped itself, so I will be checking into what I can do to renew my subscription.  Until then, please leave a comment with your link!  So sorry for the inconvenience!

*  NOTE: You don't have to stick to the theme I choose each Friday. Just put up the postcards you love and tell us why you like them.

*  REMINDER: Comments and links which contain advertising and do not refer to any of the following; Postcard Friendship Friday, mailboxes, the Post office, postcards or the love of postcards, will be deleted.



Clytie said...

Hey sissie, I too had issues with Linky ... I found a new link system that is very easy, and free.

My PFF entry is at:

Love you!

Lisa'sLettersandLace said...

Adorable postcard. Thanks for posting and hosting. Sorry you are having Linky trouble. It's fun to see everyone's collections. Lisa (just clicking on my name will get you there :)

Snap said...

Wonderful Valentine card. Take care of you. We'll be here when you return. Here's my link:

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

Take care Beth and don't worry about us!

My PFF entry

LiT Web Studio said...

hi beth - hope the crisis isn't too dramatic! am too rushed to participate today but have a great valentine's day xxx

Irene said...

I love your card, and thank you so much for hosting. I hope your crisis will pass with you unscathed. Remember Love is in the air. I say a pray for you.

Jocelyn said...

Hello. My Postcard Friendship Friday is here:

Have you tried

Heather said...

thats an adorable card.

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when you are pulled over, you can not tell the officer that others were going faster than that.