And PS...

So if you've known me for any length of time, you probably know that I love to tear paper. Paper tearing is, hands down, my favorite scrapbooking technique. It's easy, the tools are handy, and you really can't mess it up.

So, when I find a great piece of work that features paper tearing...I get a little too giddy. With that in mnd, you have to go see this layout--------->>>> SNUGGLE by *Paula*


Will the booties be pink or blue? :)

(Made with the QK REV Stocking die...slightly modified.)


Remember Me?

I did a little bit of shopping on our trip to Texas and found this rockin' stamp set by Inkadinkado! My life is filled with rockers so it was an absolute necessity. :)

I had never used the Inkadinkado polymer stamps before...but I am very impressed. They are super high quality, easy to remove from the liner and make a very crisp impression. I can't wait to use them again.

Happy Tuesday.


Andy (April)

As promised, the monthly update on Andy--he's making a way. As Daddy says "there's a new normal in town" and it seems Andy is finding his way to the new normal. He's been getting his apartment set up to his liking and was very happy to have finally acquired the Mossy Oak camo bedding set for his room. I spoke to him on Monday night as he was driving home from a day trip to Dallas with an Army buddy who was in for a visit. (Thank goodness for speaker phones.) They had stimulated the economy at Bass Pro and Cabella's and such. He sounded like he was in good spirits.

We are going to see the whole family at I'll write more then. It feels weird to write about him when I know he's gonna read it. :)


A Great Day for the Zoo -- No Joke.

G had a holiday from school today (teacher conference day) so we decided to go to the Zoo. It was awesome! And the best part--thy came home very tired. LOL!

Sunshine is so glorious. We all just drank it in.