PMDC 050

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It’s time for another DigiChallenge!  Here is my 50th submission as part of the Design Team.  It’s a sketch challenge! (PMDC-050).

PMDC-050Come play with us!  Your entry does NOT have to be digital.  Use paper, ink & stamps OR create with My Digital Studio.

Full rules for the digi challenge can be found on Nicole’s Pixel Maven’s blog by clicking here. Don’t forget to send your friends over to vote for your entry!

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MDS Supplies:  Paper | Hello There DSP ||  Embellishments | Hello There, Basic Pearls & Rhinestones || Punches | 1.25″ Square

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7 thoughts on “PMDC 050

  1. I’ve been following your blog and your training. I just ran Hartford and was also really anxious a few days before. Then on race morning I was calm. It’s usually the opposite for me! Definitely rest up over the next couple of days. Get a lot of sleep and carb up too!Best of luck and most importantly, have fun!

  2. The next time I learn a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as a lot as this one. I mean, I know it was my choice to read, but I really thought youd have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you can fix if you happen to werent too busy in search of attention.

  3. I was recently diagnosised with Vitamin D deficiency, I had gone to my gyn for my annual exam and had mentioned that I thought I may be perimenopausal. My level was 10. After reading the symptoms I think that this may have been 10 years in the making. I have experianced dizziness when laying flat, looking straight up or even rocking in a chair if I closed my eyes. Depression, mood swings, shin cramps, toe cramps and the worse was the extreme sudden fatigue! At times I wondered if I had nacrolepsy. I am looking forward to becoming my ol’self again.

  4. Bob: #65: “This premise indisputably correct..”. No, only to someone is making a superficial analysis.Stop being defensive; I already knew you wouldn’t like being called superficial when I wrote it. Furthermore, when I used the exact phrase with you, I provided an argument to back it up. It’s predictably superficial of you to simply parrot my words.

  5. Anybody here ever heard of by Martin Gaanedr?Grrdner lists the following 1. The crank considers himself a genius. 2. He regards other researchers as stupid, dishonest or both. By choice or necessity he operates outside the peer review system. 3. He believes there is a campaign against his ideas, a campaign compared with the persecution of Galileo or Pasteur. 4. Instead of side-stepping the mainstream, the crank attacks it head-on: The most revered scientist is Einstein so Gardner writes that Einstein is the most likely establishment figure to be attacked. 5. He coins neologisms.Is it just me, or does this description fit Mencius Moldbug almost perfectly?

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