Gosh, where is the year going? I can hardly turn around anymore without wondering where I am. Oh, that’s pretty usual for me isn’t it? Well, I guess if I ever figure out how I got to where I am, I might know where I meant to go. Make sense? Me neither.
I know I got pretty hyped up about the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle a year ago and honestly I was pretty disappointed once I got it. I didn’t feel like it helped me or hit where I was at. Well, I told myself I wasn’t going to waste anymore money on those ebook bundles. Until Monday. I got this little 4-step mini-course on restarting your creative juices. I really enjoyed the challenge of looking at creativity as part of my life instead of something I do if/when I get the chance. So, I bought the bundle (it’s no longer available, sorry). I was surprised. Between the ebooks, ecourses and bonuses, I am going to be so busy, sewing, knitting, crafting, writing, learning to digitize photos, scrapbooking my smart phone photos – and the one I’m most excited about – learning to art journal, that I’m going to be super creative for two years at least!!! It just made the juices flow.
I told Kristen I’d have her new show vest done for Regionals (a week from Saturday), but things have gotten in the way (of course). So, between shopping for SOMETHING for Kurt’s birthday next week and making Easter dinner on Saturday so that it can warm in the oven while we’re at church on Sunday, I’ve GOT to find time to get her vest fitted and sewn. I promise pictures – I PROMISE!
I do have a great collection of pictures on my phone and just uploaded them to dropbox, so it should be easier to get them here and to photobucket. Anyone have experience with Snap Monkey? (I think that’s what it’s called). I’m not as happy withe photobucket as I thought I’d be.
Remember our art making cat, Catnip? He chased chickens yesterday. For a whole minute he thought he was a wild safari animal. Then he realized what he was doing and panicked. Silly cat. I guess he doesn’t really want to live free and in the wild.
And That’s What’s Happening on the Hobby Farm