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Tuesday, December 24, 2013

BACK HOME!!!

WOW!  What a whirlwind of a trip!  California to Idaho and back in THREE DAYS....1300 MILES!!!!  It was great to see our son Erik graduation from Northwest Lineman College!!! NOW TO FIND A JOB!!! It took my oldest son almost eighteen months and a some rejections to finally get hired as an apprentice power lineman....TIME WILL TELL!! 

Needless to say...I was a bit tired when I got home and I still needed to wrap presents...so that's what I did ALL DAY ON SUNDAY...

I transformed my workshop into my wrapping place and got started!  


After about five hours I was finished...

NOW TO GET THEM IN THE HOUSE!!!  Do you think it would be bad to get my kids involved in bringing them in??

I had to work ALL DAY yesterday...I am very part time at a local doctors office...about four hours a day...YESTERDAY I WORKED TWELVE HOURS....so a girlfriend (the FULL-TIME employee) that I work with could leave to see her grandchildren for Christmas.  My WONDERFUL husband had dinner ready and waiting for me when I got home...I AM BLESSED!!!

I am back at it today though with a post!  It's a simple one....but a nice last minute gift!  I am filling some with fudge and some with cookies.  This was fast and EASY....which this time of year I LOVE!!!  Simply take a Decorative Window Gift box and wrap it with Delicate Details Lace Tape.  It would also be really cute with washi tape.  I added some Basic Pearls to a circle punched piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock...I will ad a tag...(from a previous post)...fill it and give it away! 

Last...I wanted to share a gift that I made for my monthly workshop gals!  I had so much fun getting together and creating with them!  I found this poem on a site that I follow...and for the life of me I can't find it to share with you.  You can see from above how crazy my room is now....

Well...it's Christmas Eve and I still have manicotti to make!!  ENJOY YOUR DAY!

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