I love June. Usually. The kids get out of school (their last day this year is the 13th, YAY!) the nights stay light late (I love that) and the weather is gorgeous. But things are a little “heavy” now. It could partially be the fog of sleep deprivation (Jaimee has reverted to waking up at 5-something am) but mostly it’s some big bad stuff going on. I won’t go into it but I’m definitely feeling the weight of it this week. And this summer (which is usually my favorite-est season of the year) looks like it will be a difficult one. Keep us in your prayers.
So! On to something (hopefully) more interesting. I haven’t created anything since Jaimee’s album cover, but I’ll share something I made in October for my high school reunion. I thought it would be fun to have a little mini album to show what I’ve been up to for the last 20 years since graduation (*gasp* Seriously, has it really been 20 years?!) It’s a mini album made from twelve 4×4 chipboard coasters. It was perfect – small enough to carry around and easy to share when people asked those same questions at high school reunions. It was a big hit! Even some of the guys thought is was kinda cool.
(you can click on any of these pictures for a larger image)
If you have a sec, leave me a comment to cheer me up.