Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Long Time, No See!

It has been a long time since I posted and I was reminded of that by my darling 9 year old granddaughter recently.  She told me "Grandma, I visited your blog and you have not posted for a really, really long time." When this kind of thing happens, you sit up and take notice!

I have been so very, very busy in October and November and December isn't look all that good either!  I have tons of stuff to share and will try to get some things posted.

Here is what the worktable looks like currently:


Here are some cards that I am working on for our Craft Sale at the Rose Hill Grange (I will post a flyer for this as well as more details of my projects in the next few days).


In October I had:
3 stamp camps
1 senior class
1 dinner meeting with stamping friends (1 make & take project)
1 downline meeting (2 make & take projects)

In November I have:
2 stamp camps
1 craft sale
1 dinner meeting with stamping friends  (1 make & take project)

In December:  we will talk about this later!

We had the kiddos here for Halloween and had so much fun and I will post some pix from this as well as our trip to the pumpkin patch and also preview the card we will be making at the Sassy Chic Stamp Camp this Saturday.  It is our annual holiday celebration and this is an event that everyone looks forward to every year.

I relish being this busy, but I know I have sorely neglected my blog as a result.  We are still on schedule for heading to the boat for a 3-4 month sail in the Keys and Bahamas and will update that too in the following few weeks.  I know that I still need to report on the whole trip from MA to FL, but I am still getting through the photos and trying to digest the awesomeness (is that a word) of the voyage.  It was a mind blowing experience and deserves a whole post of it's own on the "Uncertain Sailor" section of this blog.

I will post some pix of swaps and projects in progress over the next few weeks.  Taking photos of everything has been challenging, but I think I am getting a handle on it.

Thanks for visiting and thanks for being patient with me as I navigate through this busy time of the year!

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If you have any questions about the techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.

2 comments:

Joanne said...

Hi Chris! Hope you have been doing well. I've been in the same boat, not posting so much. It's always good to see your work, for sure. Hope your craft sale is a big success!

Myrna said...

Busy is good!!!
Lovely cards.
Enjoy your Belmira trip.
Hugs
Myrna

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