Thursday, September 9, 2010

Crayola Goodness...with A Little Help...

24 comments:

Baby Sister said...

I'll have you know you never invited me to go with you, so I couldn't have gone. :p

Very cute!! ;)

Courtney said...

love it! (again)
hope you're putting all of these into a gigantic scrapbook :)

DG at Diary of a Mad Bathroom said...

I think you will love The Lion King!

-stephanie- said...

What a fun post. Crayola should pay you. ;o)

Tiff said...

Way too much time on your hands I think :) That was super cute!

the other sister.

Dazee Dreamer said...

When I grow up I want to be able to do a post just like this. You have the greatest handwriting.

Have fun at the Lion King. You are so lucky to have family that loves you so much.

wjmom said...

Happy birthday to all of you!

(Because of you, I'm falling in love with Crayola all over again.)

Theresa said...

Visiting from NFF. I love your blog post. It is so cute. I am a New Yorker too. About an hour from the city.

*~Petra~* said...

I love this blog post! What a cute idea. :)

I'm a new follower from Boost My Blog Friday. :)
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Heather said...

Wow. That sounds awesome!!

Did I read that incorrectly..are you and siblings birthdays all one the same day??? Surely you would have mentioned that........

Jared said...

Noelle - After reading Heather's comment it sounds like you have failed your 'blog' family.

Joann Mannix said...

Oh My Gosh! I was here just reading your cutie pie little notes and getting so much delight over your New York story and the fact that you LIVED there, you lucky, lucky girl and I was going to tell you that I too, love the purses there and while in San Francisco last week, I did that very thing, bought purses for all my girls and of course, myself. And I was going to wish you a happy birthday and tell you how exited I am you're going to The Lion King for your birthday and of course, I was going to tell you I'm back and I'm so happy to be visiting blogs. But then. THEN, I get here and you are wishing ME a Happy Birthday! Oh you are so sweet! Happy Birthday to you my dear friend! Have a great time!

Judie said...

Well, happy birthay, girl.
I LOVE your Friday layout. I always look forward to seeing it.
Have fun at Lion King!

A girl needs 2 Talk said...

OMG! You're AMAZING! & I am still with an open mouth. Your header looks beautiful!!! This post is a stunner! Wow...

Here's the thing. I log on to blogger, click on all the updates in my dashboard (which I have been reading for the past 2 hours) & I always leave my favorite blogs for the end. You make me wonder how you do such amazing stuff!

AMAZINGLY CUTE!!!

Happy Birthday, Joann!

Lion King?? Jealous, I am? Oh, you bet!

I am going to come back to this post again. It is ridiculously happy!

Jason said...

I hope you're having a fun time at the 'Lion King'. Just wanted you to know that I really miss you...

Cheeseboy said...

My wife took our boy to the Lion King last night and they both loved it. These posts are great. Nice change of pace to read something different. I think I may have told you that last time.

The Chicken's Consigliere said...

Happy Birthday to all of you. All this time, I thought "Baby Sister" was YOUR Baby Sister. Talk about jumping to conclusions. That is the way I roll. I love love love your crayola posts. Now I have to go wish Joann a happy birthday, too. Thanks for the tip:-)

jayayceeblog said...

Lovin' your story telling. You are so going to love The Lion King. I was fortunate enough to see it in NYC -- took my oldest daughter and granddaughter to see it. Absolutely fabulous, breathtaking, wonderful! Have a great time!!!

Beth Zimmerman said...

Happy Birthday Noelle! :)

Erin Wallace said...

This is a fantastic post! What you've created is wonderful.

Here (late) for the Friday blog hops! Great blog! Your newest follower. Hope to see you at Dropped Stitches!

xo Erin
droppedstitches72.blogspot.com

reedless said...

Noelle, I am so sorry.........the bees aren't real. I know it's terrible they way they make you think they are, what with the caution signs and all. But if someone, oh I don't know, maybe ...me, was to open the box you would see a 5 gallon plastic bucket full of honey pretending to be an actual hive. Again I am so sorry to burst your hive, I mean bubble. Love the blog.

Jami said...

You are so creative, I'm torn between loving you and sort of hating you out of jealousy. OK I'm kidding. I'm not the jealous type. (except I am jealous that you have sisters. I'll own that one.) I love it! And girl, if that is your handwriting, you need to get your own font. It's very nice!

I hope you had a great time. I have not seen Lion King. One more thing that makes me miss living in a real city...
:)

Inspiring You To Save! said...

Visiting from the Blog Hops! I love your site. I can't wait to get to know you better. Stop by when you get the chance. I have a Meet Me Monday blog hop and I would love if you could join in.

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Marie said...

Hi there,

New follower from New Friend Fridays. I love this site. Love the format of your posts. Interesting and cool to read.

Hope you'll come by for a visit sometime.

Marie
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