I simply cannot believe that half the week has gone already! What a whirlwind of a week we have had. And it doesn't seem to matter how much "home time" I try to schedule in - I don't seem to be getting on top of the housework this week. Grrrrrr! What can you do? Gotta scrap, gotta clean - what would you choose?
Anyway, I have gotten through my projects for Jenny at RJR. I am really pleased with how all of them have turned out. Can't wait to share them, but we will all just have to be patient. I will definately post when they make it up onto the RJR blog.
I also got my DT pack from Shelley at Scrapbooking 4 Less today. I am teaching an online-class making an Advent Calendar for Shelley's Christmas in July First Birthday Celebrations. What a month July is going to be! Busy, busy busy! There are heaps of Classes, challenges, swaps and all sorts of fun and games going on. Check it all out on Shelley's Forum.
I shall be locking myself away, busily cutting, sticking, gluing and painting for the next couple of days. I aim to have the advent calendar finished by the weekend, but we will see how that goes. Might have to organise a scrap night with some girlfriends for the end of the week. Mmmmm . . . chocolate! That's it on the scrapping front.
In some exciting family news - we had Henry's Kindy interview with the Principal at the local private school yesterday. Henry was on his very best behaviour and suitably impressed the boss! We were so proud of how he conducted himself. He was confident, polite, used his manners without being reminded and was generally a model child. He even cried when we left. Poor little guy - he actually thought that he had already turned four and was off to Kindy that day!
But when Dave and the Principal worked out that they had attended the same PSA boy's school in Perth (albeit 20 years apart) we basically rubber-stamped it there and then. Nothing like Old Boys doing each other favours.
Well, that's about it from me tonight. But it is so cold I am afraid that if I stop typing, my fingers will freeze to the keyboard!