Friday, April 1, 2016

Peek at My Week


At the time this post goes live I will be traveling about 7 hours north of my home to lead a workshop. It is the last of four of these workshops, so this trip will be bittersweet. When I return home next week, I'll unpack the worship materials - a full trunk full with a little bit of overflow in the back seat - putting it away what needs to be saved and disposing of the rest. I will enjoy fond memories of the people who attended these workshops. I hope I have been helpful to them.

Oh, and I'll have fond memories of the two days I will spend with my son while I'm gone on this trip. Life is good.

Speaking of good, it's been a good week! I was able to get my dies organized and they look so nice on the shelf - within easy reach. Hopefully I'll start using them more now. They sit right next to my already organized embossing folders.

Here's a close-up of the embossing folders:

I also made a bookmark for my Journalling Bible, using a quote that I love (thank you, Kelly Stanley)...

... and I colored my first page in my Inspire Bible (on Easter Sunday)...

Baby steps!

I made 12 cards (not too bad), submitted those four articles I had written for a national missions organization, unpacked about a dozen boxes in the garage (now that warmer weather is here I am working at getting the garage in shape - still have a number of boxes to unpack from our late-November move). And of course I did my share of cooking, laundry, grocery shopping, minimal cleaning, etc.

SCORE TIME: Would I give this week a “thumbs up” or a “thumbs down”?

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Sami said...

Wow! You have been busy!! I'm glad you were able to get so much done and hopefully you get to enjoy your workshop!

:: BlueInks :: said...

Busy girl! Enjoy your time with your son. Travel safe!

Katydid Cards said...

Definitely a thumbs up! I love that container with the handle on the front. Great idea!

Lynn McAuley said...

Awesome week filled with accomplishments galore, Jeanette.

I love your beautiful page for your Inspire Bible.

My sister and my dad are loving their Bible journals and work in them every day!