Ripley really loves Mikaela too. She thought I was hurting Mikaela once when I was kissing her feet and making her giggle. She got between me and the little bouncy seat and even though she didn’t growl or anything she kept pushing me away from the baby.
We had taken Cortes down to my house because Cortes and Ripley in mom’s house at the same time are too much! Well Cortes had an accident on my carpet. I’ve scrubbed it about 5 times now and I still have spots. I’m going to try something else tonight when I get home. He has been having trouble with pancreatitis and the poop was very oily. So if anyone has any great ideas on how to get this out of my carpet I would really appreciate it.
I’ve been working on a little tin mini album I should get it finished tonight or tomorrow night so that I can share it with everyone. It’s going to be a friendship album. I’m really happy so far with the way it’s turning out. I was supposed to make some frames for work but haven’t managed that yet. The silent auction started today so I guess it’s not that important.
Does anyone else ever get overwhelmed with all they have in supplies and think about just hanging it up? I have tried for so many yrs to get published and on teams and never seem to make it. Sometimes I just feel like I should hang it up. Can you tell it’s the holidays again and I’m a little down…I know I will never give up my scrapping I love it to much. It’s my creative outlet! I think my head would probably explode if I didn’t have it. But, there are times I wonder why I do it all. Hopefully Mikaela will love her layouts when she’s older! I sure have a ton of them. I’ve already filled a book and she’s only 4 months old today.
Well I really should get off of here and play with my reports. I need to balance fall. I just can’t seem to get motivated to do much of anything right now. I am probably the exception to the rule but I’ll be glad when the holidays are over.
And I would like to leave you with this quote:
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.--Martin Luther King Jr.