After Trent came home from work tonight, we went to see Bee Movie – very cute and very funny. Some of it was corny humor, but I was laughing nonetheless. Afterwards we just about finished up our Christmas shopping between Pier1 and Michael’s. And we made a brief visit to PetSmart for more food for […]
Happy birthday, Charles! 🙂 Hope you have a wonderful day!!Supplies: Die Cuts with a View card; Love, Elsie textured cardstock; Making Memories clears brackets; Colorbok fabric label; Studio G stamp; foam dot. Inspired by Dec 27 of dw2007 to cut out stamped images.
We went out shopping earlier today to pick out some gifts for the “under 4” crowd on our list. One is an angel gift and needs to be turned in by Friday so I thought it would be easiest to conquer all of the kids at once. Maybe we’ll be labeled the “mean” aunt & […]
I use the word “harvest” lightly. 😉 Today the weather here was sunny and in the mid 50s. Trent & I decided to tackle some much needed work in the yard – raking a few leaves, trimming the junipers, spreading mulch and clearing the garden. Everything in the vegetable garden had long since seen its […]
to my little brother! 🙂 Supplies: “star bright” patterned paper and staple from the Twinkle Toes kit at Peppermint Creative; Old Type and Dragonfly fonts from Two Peas in a Bucket; Arial font.
I had not intended on letting several days go by without blogging. Thursday, of course, was filled with time with family and celebrating. Trent and I started our day at his parents’ house for lunch. Later we drove a little further west and visited with my dad’s family. Finally returning home after midnight! It was […]
Today I celebrated 29. It looks weird to type that. I think the next one may look weirder. Hmm. When I was little, I looked forward to this day as the best day of the year. I mean really – cake & presents and all the attention – could it get any better?? 😉 Now […]
Today’s 2ps blog challenge: If you had to donate one million dollars to any charity, which one would it be and why? I’d donate the money to the National Parkinson Foundation. My maternal grandmother suffered from Parkinson’s most of her life. I saw first hand how devastating it can be not only to the afflicted […]