Monday, November 10, 2008

A Good Weekend

I know I'm a little late in posting today. I went with Lindsay to the Michigan Works office this morning so that she could up-date her resume and start to receive her unemployment. The pizzeria hasn't re-opened, but will soon, we hope, but until then she qualifies to draw unemployment compensation. Then I had to make a couple of stops. One was the Back Street quilt store and the other Har Jo's Ben Franklin. I had time to do a little Internet surfing on the weekend and came up with a project or two I would like to try. Of course I needed a couple things for those (contrary to popular belief I don't have everything in the crafting department) so I picked up those things that I needed and hopefully will be able to show you these projects in the next few days. I'm excited to get at these and then share them with you.
Frank and I celebrated our 22nd. anniversary this weekend so we spent some time just relaxing, watching TV and just hanging out together. Seems life gets so busy and we don't do enough of that. Friday night we did end up going to the movies. We saw Nights in Rodanthe. Great movie, but take a Kleenex or two.
Now to the stamping. Here is what I did accomplish on the weekend. I know it's not much, but it was fun to make. I saw this idea on several web sites and I'm in the process of making a pattern of my own to share how I did mine. Maybe I can post it tomorrow along with some cards to go into the box.
So that's just about it. Not an overly exciting weekend, but a good one just the same. Thanks for stopping by.


Pam B. said...

Glad you took time to relax and enjoy your time with your hubby , thats the most important thing !!
Now we expect great things ! LOL
the box by the way is beautiful as usual. look forward to more .

kim said...

The box looks great. Everyone needs a little "off" time from the stress of the world. Glad to hear you and Frank were able to find it.

maedi said...

Renee, I like your box. I need one for my patterned papers in 12 by 12 inches. Thank you for the idea.
Greetings from Germany
from Gisela


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