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Thursday, June 24, 2010

THE STORY OF THE SISTERHOOD................

I am so happy to be in a society of woman who enjoy the same things.  I thought I would write a book about all of you in the new sisterhood.   I got carried away with all that is going on and on page 323 I put a picture of the sisters and me.   I will give you a short preview of the book which is 500 pages long. 
  The sister hood came together because one of us went to lunch with a friend who had joined a sorority and come and be hold here we are.  When the book went in to print we had 137 sisters who enjoy, decorating, exchanging recipes, showing bargain's and treasures from the thrift store down the street.  We will inspire others to do better in all they do.  We will be there when some one has a serious family problem to help through the bad times and we will be there to share in the good times also.   Thank you to some days are diamonds for starting the society and please follow along and join in a group of lovely Ladies who are the new sisterhood.            Of course it took days to put together this special book so please come back soon to see what the next chapter holds in store for the new found sisterhood..
                                                                    Sharon K

37 comments:

  1. I can't wait!! Love the story and your beautiful vintage book!

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  2. I don't know how you did it, but what a clever idea! Nice to meet you, Sistah!

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  3. Now that is really nice~
    So nice to meet you sister!
    Cindy

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  4. Hello there Sista. So glad to meet you! I love that website...that turned out cute!! I am so excited about our sorority and all the F*U*N we will have!

    Blessings from your Back Porch Sista,
    Rebecca
    from...
    {Our Back Porch in Tennessee}

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  5. How clever!I really enjoyed reading your post

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  6. What a cute idea! All our lives are like a chapter in a book..I can't wait to keep reading the book and see where the journey leads us!

    Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

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  7. Another clever idea, our sisters just keep surprising me! Great job
    Hugs, Margaret from MO

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  8. Yes, I am sure there are lots of chapters yet to be written! It is nice to meet you sister!!

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  9. Hi Sharon, your book is so lovely and your entire post.

    So happy to meet you and be your Sister!

    Hugs, Barb ♥

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  10. Oh Sharon, this is just charming and I loved the oath. I am excited to see what the future hold in parties, swaps, etc. Happy Rush Day. xo Lynn

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  11. Great idea Sharon...looking forward to this book...I love to read...be sure to add pictures of your journey...
    Linda

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  12. Sharon,
    What a unique and amazing project for Rush Day. So creative.
    I hope you are having a great day.

    Sisterly hugs, from Illinois,
    Penny

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  13. Lovely way of displaying the picture. :-)

    This is the second blog today, in which I have read of this.

    Gentle hugs....

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  14. Sharon.
    THAT is outstanding! I LOVE IT!
    Your blog is just lovely and I am so glad you joined in with out little sisterhood. I look forward to getting to know you in the coming months!
    Enjoy the party!
    Karen

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  15. Oh Sharon, you smart, smart, SMART photoshop girl you!!! I can't even tell that you dubbed that in.

    Are you 150 and WROTE that book yourself???

    Oh, I DO kid.

    Loved it.

    Keetha from The Eclectic Company

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  16. Oh dear, Sharon - - - that was me, we're on the road and Sister Pam has been using my computer. There, this should be MY google ID now.

    Keetha

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  17. Hello Sorority Sister! I love what you did with the picture and your blog is beautiful. Hugs!

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  18. Hi, Sharon, love the book, and your pretty blog background, too!

    Your Bloggerette Sister,
    Charlene @ A Virtuous Woman

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  19. Oh so very clever! I can't wait to read more as we venture together in our sorority!

    Kudos!

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  20. What an original idea. I cna't wait for the next chapter to see what we will be up to.
    Debbie

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  21. How I would love to read that 500 page book! This really made me giggle, what a great way to use the sorority photo!

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  22. Hi Sista! OH, this is a cute idea!!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;0
    Sorority sis from Texas

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  23. What a wonderful project, Sharon! Love what you've done and can't wait to see more! It's so nice to meet you--looking forward to getting to know you better!

    Julie from California

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  24. I love this idea!!! It will be a great keepsake! Glad to meet you, sister!

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  25. OMGosh, Sista...this book is just precious. I love how you did that.
    Now, I can't wait to see ....
    the next chapter!! :))

    I am following you now that we are Sorority Sisters..!! Gotta love it.
    xo bj

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  26. So glad to meet you Sharon! I'll be keeping up with you on your blog and hope you do the same sister. Love the book!

    Hugs XX
    Barbara
    Moore Whimsies

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  27. Hi, from New Jersey! Love, your take on the photo. What a clever and unique project. Can't wait to see the rest of the upcoming events.
    Enjoy the rest of the party.
    Hugz,
    Zandra

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  28. Hi Sharon,
    Wonderful to meet you, great idea for your rush project!
    enJOY,
    Kimberly

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  29. Great project.
    Pleased to have the opportunity to stop by and say hello. xx

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  30. Hi new sister! I am so happy to meet you and hope we become true sister friends in our sorority journey. I apologize up front that this message is a "cut and paste" message to all the sorority sisters because I wanted at least to become a follower of all of you and take a moment to say hello. For those who may not know my youngest son was killed last week and we buried him on Tuesday. I had started my project before that tragic event and am not finished but I did post what I've done on it so far. If you have visited me already I thank you and if not I invite you. I am just not quite at the point of being able to think of something to say individually at this time. I will soon hopefully be able to be active and visiting everyone. Love you already, Mollye

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  31. How cute is that! Nice to meet you, can't wait for the next chapter.

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  32. clever post and can't wait to read the next chapter!

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  33. Ooh...I love this, Sharon! Books are my big passion in life and I love the notion that there might be a volume celebrating our sisterhood! How clever of you...

    I've signed up to follow and will come back soon to see what you're up to. Good to meet you sister...

    Lynette

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  34. Simply amazing! I love your blog also, so glad to be part of the sisterhood with you!
    Terrie

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  35. DEAR SHARON K,
    I AM STILL MAKING MY ROUNDS AROUND TO ALL MY SORORITY SISTERS.
    I LOVE YOUR PROJECT. IT BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES IN HONOR OF A SISTER, YOU, WITH A BEAUTIFUL SPIRIT. THIS IS JUST PRECIOUS AND SO SWEET.
    I AM YOUR SISTER, DEBBIE FROM SIMPLY DEBBIE AND I AM FROM OKLAHOMA.
    HUGS
    SIMPLY DEBBIE

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I love to read your comments so please say hi, I will be over to visit your blog very soon.
Thank you,
Sharon K