This is my first week Joining in with WOYWW! I know it's fun because my Mum and partner both play along but I was being a bad blogger so I decided to wait until blogging had time back in my routine before I started to play.
So here is what is on my Workdesk:
Ewwww hmmmmm, think this needs sorting out lol!!
I am planning to use this pile of stash to create 3 different layouts
I have also decided on my project for celebrating a year of WOYWW, that should be loads of fun.
I was actually excited to have done 2 whole layouts in the last month, although they are different, I actually like them both. So here they are:
So I gave up on the 30 days project but not because I didn't enjoy it, more because I could not decide on my fav. things. I have too many things I love! lol.
In my title it says a new leaf, well I have finally taken my life in hand and have a routine, my new leaf is a diet plan for my wedding in October (YAY!!!), looking after my diabetes (which I have not been!), spending quality time with Robbie and Kristofer, (2 of my gorgeous nephews, both of whom are placed with my partner and I currently)and of course spending some us time with vic as we don't get much of that lol. I am in a really good place in my life and I am truly happy, my only sadness is I have very little time to scrap, so that has also been added to my routine.
I am planning to teach at the crop that I co. run, this month, I am hoping to do a class about journalling, it was something I often had trouble with but now I enjoy all the different ways to add it to projects.
To finish up, here are some pictures of a few days of fun with the boys on my days off:
Leven Beach fun at the arcade and the bouncy castle:
A Day on the Links Market Rides
Family day out swimming with Lisa, Kevin, Jamie and Oscar, Clair and Daniel, Vicki, Myself,Chris,Robbie and Christopher, then we headed to the beach for a burger. What a fab fun day.
I could blog so much but I better make sure that I blog more often rather than a huge post once in while.
Happy Creating and blogging