Sunday, March 13, 2011

Key Chains

Hello everyone, I hope that all of you had a good weekend. Thank you so much for your prayers. My Dad is feeling better now although he is still coughing once in a while. My Pap however is still sick, we've visited him yesterday and he is getting skinny as he doesn't want to eat.
If you visited my Mom's Nostalgic Blog, you probably seen some of the pictures of our project at home. These are some of the pictures that she left for me to post (Well literally she uploaded the photos for me, thanks Mom).

These are the key chain that we made when I was at home recovering from my sickness. 

Let us pray for the people of Japan who are badly affected by the tsunami and earthquake.

41 comments:

  1. Thank you all so much for visiting my blog and for always leaving beautiful comments.

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  2. hi Ms Burrito! your tita is just so busy but i'll always try to visit you often. Great job! I hope that your Pap will be ok soon..

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  3. Hi Rylie,
    You are a smart girl who is also very brave. Although you were still sick, you were able to make all those beautiful key chains from the gift given to you by your tita Shy. I will pray for your lolo so he can eat and be healthy again. Thanks for inviting your readers to pray for Japan. You are growing up to be a beautiful girl and very intelligent too. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  4. great that ur now ok, pretty girl. keeps smiling:)

    great projects here. keep it up.

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  5. Hello little miss. It seems like my kids did shrinky dinks when they were small too. They are all grown now but the best fun things just never change.

    Glad to read that your daddy is feeling better.

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  6. These are so cute Rylie. Can tita have one of those? :)


    Have a fabulous week!

    My Yellow

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  7. Great job. The work of art is wonderful.

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  8. Nice key chains, Ms Burrito. Good for you.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  9. Those are pretty key chains ms. burito. Have a nice day.

    Invitation & Giveaways
    Maroon & Violet

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  10. wow! very productive pa rin kahit na sick na si miss burrito..

    happy BM and MM..mine is up..

    http://shengkay-mylifemybuhay.blogspot.com/2011/03/whatta-tops-and-friends.html

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  11. Glad to see you smiling again Pretty Rye...Hope your Pap will be okay so soon. Take good care of yourself also.

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  12. Mom and I do a lot of crafts too, I will ask her to make this with us. good day.

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  13. Mom and I do a lot of crafts too, I will ask her to make this with us. good day.

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  14. The key chains are really cute!! I join you in your prayers for Japan...

    Thank you for your visit!!

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  15. I like this idea have been nice. I wish you a wonderful week!

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  16. It is terrible about Japan.

    Happy Blue Monday.

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  17. I have to find some of those Shrinkydinks for my grandchildren. You did a great job. Hope everyone is feeling much better now.

    The people affected by all that's going on are in my prayers too.

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  18. Hi Ry, this is tita Vernz.. bI've been very busy also lately... got a so little time to blog.. thanks for seeing me.. so glad your dad and pap is OK now... stay cool and pretty..

    Mwah!

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  19. we will continue praying for your Pap, anyway nice work :) Keep it up rye!

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  20. I am glad you are ok now Rye. Mine is up

    My Daily Mumbles

    Thanks Rye

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  21. Good to know your Dad is doing fine. Your art work is very beautiful. Happy Monday!
    Blue Monday

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  22. Woof!
    Hullo Ms Burrito!
    You are invited to my pawty!
    I am glad you are OK and we are praying for you and your family and for everybody not well.

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  23. Great job! :) I sure hope your Pap will get well soon! Sure is not fun being sick. :) Visiting!

    Adin B

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  24. Keep up the good work girl so smart.. mine is ready too..

    mine is here

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  25. DEar Ms. Burrito, lovely post for a five year old. Glad to have you in blogland. I will pray that your family gets better soon. And, yes I am praying for those in Japan.

    You made some very nice keychains. Perhaps you can give them to your friends as gifts.

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  26. You're so creative Ms. Burrito :)

    http://www.1sthappyfamily.com/2011/03/homemaking-jobs.html

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  27. Really nice artwork, little Miss. My Audrey and Erica used to love shrinky dinks and I still hang a couple they made on our Christmas tree.
    I'm praying for the people in Japan too.

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  28. Those are great key chains you made. Hoping your dad gets better real soon.

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  29. Those are really cute keychains!

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  30. I am glad your Dad is feeling better and I hope Pap will start eating more soon

    your crafts are beautiful!!

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  31. Hi Rye, such a beautiful keychains you have there, thanks for dropping by

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  32. those are cute keychains Ms. Burito. I hope your Pap will get well soon and yes, we'll pray for the people in Japan.

    my mellow yellow post:
    a friend in yellow caught drinking again
    yellow fence and our next stop(blue)

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  33. Visiting here Rye. Im glad you like those stuff i had no idea what those art stuff look like heee

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  34. Well don, Rylie! Love your key chains.

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  35. Your color job of those key chains are perfect! Bet you gonna be an artist someday. :) Glad to know you are all recovering from the flu. Hugs to you, Rylie! My Ruby Tuesday

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  36. My thoughts and prayers go out to your father...I hope that he will improve soon!!!
    XO

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  37. they are really cute.. talaga! :)

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  38. Thanks everyone for the compliments.

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  39. ganda nmn ng mga key chains na yan.

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