Woo Hoo! Finished the Stone Accent Studio's April Color Challenge kit! It has more stuff in it than a preacher after a "Pot Luck Sunday" afternoon! Besides the usual butterflies and papers I made some 3 part envelopes that you can 'stuff' with notes, flowers, or anything you'd like and I even included the envelope front if you want to use one that way. There are two kinds of journal spots (for a total of eight), 3 flowers, an upper case alpha on separate layers in a .psd file, and a bonus folder with a layering page and surprise 'King!' It took me 10 minutes to upload it to 4Shared but that was only at 40kps; it's almost 52mb! So, I want to see some luv when you download this baby! Ms. Vicki C: You need to download some digi-kits so that you can practice on the hybrids for Scrapbook Dimensions and you can't get much cheaper than free!
My adorable grandson, Joshua, called me Monday night to let me know that his team won their baseball game 10-7. He loves that game so much and is so proud to be a Rockie! He said he wants to come down and spend the night with me this weekend! He hasn't asked to do that since he was a toddler except when his sister or mother were going to come too, so I didn't put too much stock in it. He then called me back last night, Tuesday, to tell me he would be coming Friday and he was going to bring his sleeping bag so he could sleep in my room, on the floor, next to my bed. He's so sweet about wanting to be close when he goes to sleep; he knows that I have to sleep in my special adjustable twin bed and there just isn't room enough for him. So we are making big plans to spend some quality time together! Joshua, his Mom, and I all completely forgot that she has to have another colonoscopy Friday afternoon! So he will be coming on Saturday. I'm really looking forward to this rare treat!
Guess what? I almost caught that blasted squirrel with my bare hands this morning! Don't know what the heck I would have done if I had, but I did try! LOL! The sucker is getting so fat that he (she?) can't squeeze into the attic as fast as it was doing and needed to stop and chew out some more space and he left his hind legs hanging over the gutter! Wonder what he would have thought if I had been quick enough to catch a little foot? I guess I'm going to have to find something to put down on the ceiling boards in the attic and make my way over to the hole and put the trap in front of it the next time he leaves. Wish me luck! If I don't get him soon my entire roof is going to collapse on me since he keeps chewing a bigger holes; he has been up there almost six months.
Got to go fix me some supper since I skipped eating today to work on the kit (which is probably very good for me to do). Have a great week and keep in touch!