Phil did say there’d be 6 more weeks. . .

You know what they say about the weather in New Hampshire?  If you don’t like it, wait five minutes.  Or a day, because yesterday it hit 70 degrees, and today it is snowing.  Hard to see through the jungle, but trust me, it’s happening.


It is February, so it’s okay that it’s snowing, it’s supposed to be, but the 70 degrees threw everybody for a loop.  No jackets, no socks, fans on, heat off — it was a delicious glimpse into our not too distant future of spring!  That glorious, muddied and frost heaved delight of a time.  Where dirt smells like the most expensive perfume, and you sit outside to eat lunch on the front step in shorts (if you’re very New Hampshire) and a wool hat.  I CAN”T WAIT FOR SPRING!

Today I am restocking my hoard of note cards.  I pulled out all the scraps and got to work!  Here’s a nice healthy pile of backs ready to get cardified.


Here’s one gelli press print I’m not quite ready to use.  Look at those cool squares — how did that happen?


And here are a few completed gems.  Stamps by Dina Wakely, Tim Holtz, Dylusions, Stampin’ Up, and some other anonymous brands.  If you know who made them, please, fill me in!

DSC01636DSC01635DSC01634DSC01633DSC01631DSC01637DSC01638Any fellow bullet journalers out there notice what else I’ve been up to?  That’s right, migrating into my new Baron Fig Confidant, how I love thee, Baron Fig.


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