I knew December would be nuts (it always is!) but I didn't anticipate this much news. I feel like I am bursting at the seams with information. I need to go to dinner with my parents and just talk and talk until I am out of stories. But because I can't do that until we get to Sacramento for the holidays, the blog has just become information overload! Thanks for hanging in there.
I just finished up the Seafoam sample album that Becky can share on her site to show the kit in action (see other sample kits here). It was incredibly simple to put together. So simple that it made me feel like I've been doing something wrong this past year (not really, but kind of). Obviously it made me very excited to get started on 2013. And to take more photos! Way more photos!
If you signed up for my "I Choose" workshop, this week, thank you!! I have loved seeing tweets and emails from you about the class. Very, very cool. Huge hooray for setting (and reaching!) goals, especially as we approach the new year. If you are planning on buying stamps before the end of the year, please do so today! The shop will be closing up for the holidays tomorrow.
My Christmas quilts are done. Just need to wrap them up and send them off. I am wrapping presents this year in saved pages from my Stendig Calendar. I get more questions about that calendar than anything else I blog about. I buy mine at Crate & Barrel every December. It's no longer online, but it is in stores. Grab one. Hang it on your wall and then wrap all your presents with it.
I can't believe we're moving back to San Deigo. I can't believe I get to decorate a house all over again in just a few months! (Getting to purge all our crap every so often and start over with a blank slate is truly my favorite part of being in the military - no sarcasm.) I can't believe I'm 14 weeks into this pregnancy and a baby belly is beginning to form. I can't believe how hard it is to choose the perfect name for a human. I can't believe how good of a sport Paul is about everything going on in our lives these days. I can't believe I have mis-spelled "believe" every time I typed it in this paragraph.
Here we go December. Almost halfway through and inspired to wrap up 2012 with the largest red bow.