Wednesday, May 12, 2010

We are here! We are here! We are here! We are here!

Or at least, I am here. I just love Horton Hears a Who. First of all, who doesn't love an elephant who hears voices. And secondly, don't we all just want to be noticed? I look at my little wall of subscribers and feel loved. I'm sorry I have been neglecting you.
So today Isabel is not feeling well. I'm sorry she is sick, but oh, I have needed a "play day"! She is happily watching cartoons on the couch and I am sitting in my studio deciding whether to create something or organize. LOL Which do I like better? Anyway, I am keeping her in popsicles and happily watching Julie & Julia. What a lovely day!
I hope all of you had a wonderful Mother's Day. My kids are getting to the age where they like to participate in it more and are so excited to make me/buy me things. This year, Collin's teacher at school really outdid herself with having the kids make things for Mother's Day. On Friday, Collin happily ran out of school holding a plastic cup in which he planted some flowers that were beginning to sprout. He proudly thrust it at me shouting "Happy Valentines Day"! I love it! He was also thrilled to have some other surprises for me in his bookbag. He enjoyed playing a "can you guess what I made you...don't look in my bag" sort of game with me all that afternoon. The kids also picked me out some gifts (from Goodwill...we are not rich, you know...lol) that they were delighted with. Isabel got me the school house and Collin got me the tiger. I am a lucky mom.
Although my time to create has been sparse, I have made a few cards lately. Of course, I keep mailing them off without pictures. LOL However, I did try a new type of card called an easle card. You can find the directions for it here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/easelcard/
It was much easier than I thought and really a lovely card to decorate. You should give them a try.
Now that we have had a nice chat, I am going to get back to finishing up some layouts. How refreshing is that?




2 comments:

Tracy said...

Sounds like a good day for you. I love to organize, mind you, you can't tell by the state of my home right now. LOL.
Cute card. I keep meaning to make an easel card.

Shell Mackay said...

love the card, the little wagon - whose stamp is that??