Friday, May 31, 2013

Project Life: Week 19

Hello!  It feels like forever since I last scrapbooked (aka working on Project Life), when really, it's only been a few weeks.  You may laugh at me, but I'm having a hard time remembering what it was like to scrapbook whenever I wanted for all of those years before I had Jeralyn.  Last night I was having one of those guilty moments that I haven't been keeping up with scrapbooking as I had hoped.  But I was too tired to scrap last night and I know that if I stay up too late it will take me a long time to fall asleep.  Having a baby changes everything, and having a toddler REALLY changes everything.  She's a busy little bee, buzzing around non-stop.  The last few weeks have been busy, so I haven't had my normal time of playing in Photoshop for a bit during her blanket time in the morning.  And the only reason I got to scrap this evening is because Quent wasn't hogging the computer.  Ha!
And did I mention before that I'm selling off my stamping stuff on eBay?  Every single thing I listed (aside from one thing) sold!  I have more to sell, I'm just working up the nerve to list a bunch of stuff again--because when I do I have packages to weigh, packing slips to print, and post office visits to make.  But it's so worth it!  When I stopped stamping a few years ago, Quent encouraged me to keep my stuff in storage for 6 months just to make sure.  Well, it's been multiple 6 months and I am safe to say I am no longer stamping--which is really weird to say after being a Stampin Up! demonstrator!  Maybe some day I will pick up that hobby again, but for now I am completely satisfied with being a mom, digital scrapbooking, knitting, being a homemaker, etc.  It was bittersweet to sell off almost all of my ink pads and stamps, but I must admit I am happy to see it go and to pocket some cash at the same time.  Whew!
I'm currently looking for a new knitting project to work on.  I have 3 buttons to sew on to my latest project and then it will be done.  Why do I keep putting that off?  Oops!
For the pages below I used Frolic.

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