If you haven't heard, I've been busy trying to keep up with a challenge on You Tube launched by Marion Smith of Prima fame! Her challenge lasts 31 Days, requires 31 videos and 31 goals! You can get to my You Tube channel here. Updating my blog today was so important to me that I made it my Day 8 challenge!
Other than that I actually hosted a crop last night! I don't know if you heard but we had a little bit of snow that then froze into black ice yesterday just before rush hour. Apparently, the roads in Northern Kentucky were not salted ahead of time and there were 86 accidents in our county alone! I want to thank the three brave souls, Charlene, Juliet and Lynne who joined me last night for the crop! Luckily, I had sanded the driveway, and the path all the way down to the craft room so none of my frieneds were included in the statistics!!
This morning I taught a scrapbooking class right here in my craftroom! Six wonderful ladies, all of them teachers, came over and we did three, 2 page layouts that I had designed using the Echo Park Wintertime collection!I had a great time! A special thanks to Sharon for getting the group together!
I am also working on a mini album, nothing terribly fancy, but for my friends in Florida, Hubby said that since we were going to Destin, for my DMIL's birthday festivities, he thought it would be a great idea to go down and see my friends in Tampa! WooHoo! I am really looking forward to it and I'll be calling someone with the initials MLF(M) Monday to ask if she'll put me up for a couple of nights!!! So if you know me, you know that I'm prepping the mini album to put in my pictures and journal my trip! I can't wait!
Well that's it for now! Don't forget to check out this month's blog candy giveaway and comment! I'd love to hear what all of you are doing crafting wise these days!
Savannah is a the little girl of a friend of mine. She has been through so much as has her family. Yet they are blessed since Savvy did get her liver transplant. However, the care of a child with a liver transplant doesn't stop just because the child has a new liver. Until she can grow her own liver, and I hope that someday science allows us to do that, she will need constant and expensive care. And so I hope that you will consider Savannah's COTA fund when you are looking for a charity to support.