Long time, no see. What a week it was these last six days or so. I had a bunch of different things going on, all on top of visiting my mom at the hospital, so I was kept very busy. Some of it has the potential to be pretty exciting for me but I'm going to hold off on going into details until it all becomes a "for sure" deal. So yea, life continues on at a pretty hectic pace for me at the moment but I'm hoping that it will all be worth it in the long run. :)
So the update on Mom is that she is still at Virginia Mason, still on dialysis, but working hard with her physical therapists to become mobile enough to be transferred to a rehabilitation/care facility back in Wenatchee. This would get her much closer to home and the entire family is hoping that this will happen soon. So we are praying for her growing strength and the continued healing of her kidneys. Thank you to every one of you that has been keeping her in your prayers and well wishes, it truly means the world to me.
And you know I couldn't post without a card to share so today I've got another non-coloring card that I made for a class last month. As you can see, I'm having a bit of fun playing with vellum again. It's certainly one of those things that I've had in my stash since I first started scrapping and crafting but over the years it starts to get pretty neglected. I have to say that I'm having quite a bit of fun using it with my border punches and dies... what a fresh way to give this crafty staple new life. ;)
Alrighty friends, time for me to head to work. TTYL!
paper- Bazzill (Vintage Market)
Hero Arts sentiment stamp
ink- Memento rich cocoa and Colorbox chestnut roan
Kaiser Craft pearls
Memory box butterfly die
Fiskars border punch