Saturday, April 25, 2009

Outta This Funk Blog Hop!

Hello funkettes, we would like to welcome you to our blog hop! We have lots of people participating, and would love you to "Blop" on over and give us all a visit! Here is a little secret- if you leave a comment on every single person's blog involved in the hop, there will be a drawing for a nice little RAK! And if you are the only one that left a comment on every persons blog-- then there will only be one name in the hat huh? ;D I know some of the other gals are offering their own RAK's, so be sure and visit.
We want to share all the talent we have on our "ning" site, so everyone in the hop has posted a little eye candy to give you some inspiration, and hopefully a few ideas on some things you can incorporate into your own works of art. So without further adu we are sending you to Chris's Blog to start you off. Happy "blopping"!

If in your travels you find someone that forgot to post their hop, you can come here and find the next person in line. (just highlight, copy and paste the url in yoru browser) that way you can get to everyone. Have fun!

1. Chris:
2. Dee:
3. Meg:
4. Jen:
5. Nancy:
6. Ashjoy:
7. Sara (Library Bunny):
8. Teri:
9. Joy:
10. Suzanne:
11. Andrea:
12. Charlene:
13. Karen:
14. Wendy:
15. Shellie:
16. icutthescrap:
17. Brenda:
18. Becki:
19. Sheri:
20. Sally Lynn:
21. Tara:
22. Heather:
23. Natalie:
24. Regina:
25. Robyn:


Library Bunny said...

let's get this party started, i need some eye candy indulgence today!

Natty said...

So Fun!!!

Dee Gallimore-Perry said...

I did notice a couple hoppers haven't had a chance to put up their post, yet...
so I'll stop by theirs later...

Chris said...

Sorry, mine is up now...=(

wendyp said...

how fun! Thanks for organizing this girls!!!

joybear said...

Lots of yummy fun stuff out there!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

Jen N said...

I just got back from hopping and I'm just overflowing with inspiration...I'm ready to scrap!!!!

LAuclair said...

It took all afternoon, but I made the full circle! Started with Dee, and ended with Chris - whew! What a lot of talent in your group - this was so much fun! Thank you! :) I just signed up for the Ning group, so I can keep an eye on what you're all up to! :)

Rozzella said...

Hi there, wasn't sure if I'd be able to do this today, but here I am, hoping to find some wonderful items to inspire me.

karen said...

Thanks for setting this up. So fun!

GranShoo said...

I don't have a blog, but I hope it's o.k. for me to hop around and see all the great stuff I know you've posted. Guess I'm going to have to get me a blog set up. May need some help from you girlies. I'm off to see all the great projects. Thanks for organizing this blog hop.

Julie said...

gotta love to hop!!!

Anonymous said...

Recall how I teach about the immigration issue, how they use (boarderline racists) to protest the mass immigration into the United States, when the God's true intent was protecting the purebloods from the motherland from this cancerous dumping ground known as America.
The sexism of back in the day was similar:::A woman's place IS in the home, for when she enters the workplace she assimilates into the disfavored male's domain, just as blacks assimilated during Civil Rights.
They shoudln't drive. They shouldn't drink. Gamble. Golf. Fishing. Hunting. Anything men engage in should be and was taboo, for women and everybody else, and many of us remember how our grandmothers or great-grandmothers avoided some if not all of these activities.
The favored get more time before decending into decay.
Black doesn't work in the SFBA. They are too far back and can't afford a temptation as big as a good black sport leader/coach. "Barry Bonds." Something was wrong with Barry Bonds.
And with this most recent message of the SFWhiteys winning the World Series shoudl help people understand. The white Oakland A's was designed to keep blacks out of the Colisium for years now. The only black they kept around were novelty blacks::Milton Bradley, CoCo Crisp, etc.
Now I don't think the problem lies with Mike Singletary. I believe he transcends the color of his skin. But all the black coaches on his staff is the problem.
Of course the safe play is get rid of them all, but I do believe Singletary can be successful if they just create the right equation with the 49ers.
It's true in Oakland and it is true in San Francisco::::The blacks of this region are too disfavored, have fallen too hard into disfavor and now can't afford it. It's much like the Raider Nation::::If they went to church like their (great) grandfathers regularly the gods would offer them a winning Raider franchise to tempt them, see if they skip church for games, etc.