Merry Christmas Everyone!

I can't believe how long it has been since my last post! It certainly hasn't felt that long! Let me begin by thanking you all for following my blog and for sharing it with others. It is greatly appreciated, and I love sharing with you the things that I have made; whether they are personal creations, or for the Scrapbook Parade kits. And in that light, I would like to wish you all a wonderful and very MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Obviously a few things have been happening to prevent me from posting lately.


Since moving back to Alberta, I have had wonderful doctors that have helped me keep my back pain under better control, and therefore was given the OK to go back into the workforce on a part-time basis. So I have been actively job searching, and you know how much time that can take out of a day. So I took a little time off to fulfill my job searching, and just this Thursday the 17th, I had my first day at work after 10 years.


At the beginning of October a family member ended up hospitalized, and though recovering well, is still in the hospital. Don't worry, it isn't Covid related, but it did affect our available time at the beginning of it all.


At the beginning of November I finally have moved into my own place after having lived with my Dad for close to a year and a half, and then with my lovely daughter and her family for two years. And of course this had to happen not long after the hospitalization. I still have some unpacking and organization to do, but I hope to have that done by the new year.


So now that I have employment, I will not have as much time to devote to papercrafting and designing kits. I am not quitting, just letting you know that there may not be as many posts. Perhaps once I get settled into my job, I could increase the posts again, but I don't know for sure yet. So I hope you will be patient a little while longer as my schedule becomes settled and more familiar.

I do plan to make a couple of posts on my favourite projects of 2020 in the new year, so be sure to look for that. I hope that you enjoy the posts I have made thus far over the years, and please feel free to leave any requests or suggestions in a comment below if you wish.

Merry Christmas,