This used to be by mantra and somehow it slipped away. People get into something then things shift and something new becomes the focus. Since I’ve been back from sending Sarah off, one of my major goals is to reassess and reorganize all the space that is around me. I now have no chance to procrastinate... Read More
Finally, finally getting back in the groove. The air con in my scrap room died a couple of weeks ago preventing me from catching up on my projects. It really is like a sauna in there! So a couple of days ago I threw some stuff into a box, carted a table from Sarah’s room and set up a scrapping... Read More
I began the New Year yesterday. Planning, reflecting, setting goals. I have a yearly ritual, tearing off the first page of my desk calendar on the very first day of the year, you know the old fashioned kind, except mine isn’t old fashioned. After I did that it felt like the year had begun.
December has set in. In full swing, and everyone here is starting to feel the anticipation of the holiday season and the coming of another fresh new year.Late night scrapping has been a regular feature lately and my son has been shaking his head, suggesting (quite strongly) that I should get more... Read More
I was eager to get all my supplies together and embark on this much loved project for the 4th year running. This year I went with the Studio Calico kit which included a 4×6 exclusive album. i figured that since I had Project Life going on at the same time, that would cover all the little stories... Read More
SO happy to welcome you! Looks like a lot of crafting ahead, December Daily and finishing up Project Life. Lots of decorating. Already making plans to see loved ones and friends. Celebrating! SO happy to have the time to listen, to see , to be in every moment of this season that you bring.
I have a thing for doorways and paths. We visited three cities, Dublin, Killarney and Galway. Noel took us right across the country and every bit of it was a delight. In each of the places we went to and all along the way there were doors and there were churches.
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