- First, I must thank you all, each and everyone for the love and support you left me in my last two posts :) He's okay, started running again *running as we speak I must say. LOL.* And already looking forward to the next race :)
- The title of this post? I think I am one. An emotional scrapper. I scrap to get my feelings down. What about you?
- I think it's important to let my children know what I really feel inside, what I'm really saying.
- I also scrap because I don't want to forget the way I really feel, what I really think.
- In between
yelling asking*okay, I yell, sometime* at my girls to send their dirty clothes to the hamper, to pack their bags for school tomorrow, to please not to kill each other *kidding, almost* . . it's easy to forget that they're really, really nice girls. And I'm blessed to have them. So I scrap, as a reminder to myself.
"What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly" ~ Richard Bach.
As per usual, lots of bits and pieces. I enjoyed digging thru my stash to find stuff I love and putting them onto pages. They don't have to be brand new too. That butterfly stamp? I've had it forever it feels, designed by Karen Russell *whose blog I stalk on a daily basis. LOL* for Fontwerks. I miss Fontwerks stamps btw :)
'Everyday' badge from Marcy Penner at Hello Forever. I got myself the 'snapshot' and 'everyday' set a couple of weeks ago. Heart stamp from Studio Calico. Leafy die-cut on white cardstock with Papertrey's die, then misted.
Did I miss anything? As usual, email me or leave a comment with your questions :)
Project 365 update
Making coconut blossoms. They're basically just sponge cakes with grated coconut + palm sugar filling. I should probably take a picture of the finished product. :) Next time, I promise.
Tandoori chicken from Kebabs and Curries rooftop restaurant. Lunch. If we go again it will be for dinner. Too bright for me! :)
Mr. Husband and I at 10.30pm. Before the race. Fresh faced. LOL. You don't wanna know what I look like after a night of no sleep. *grins*
Mediterranean chicken salad with citrus vinaigrette from Spize. So yummy.
Cinnamon roll. Homemade. :) I need bigger pan. Or separate them into two pans, these were spilling all over the place because I forgot to factor in the proofing. LOL. Lesson learnt, but still very yummy! :)
See? They can be sweet and be nice when they forget to kill each other. Ha!Ha! :)
My cousin and Nidhi. They're bestfriends. LOL.
The delightfully fabulous Kak June Malik :) She's the elder sister I never had. ♥♥♥
She made the coaster at school. Handstitched everything herself with help from her teacher of course - mighty proud of it. Wanted me to use it, unfortunately, my mug is the size of a little pail and is too big for the coaster. :)
My Garnet Fairy - as of today - the first half of the stitching is done.
Sunset from my kitchen window. 7:16pm. Pretty amazing I think.
Rainbow colored chart. LOL. I need the different colored pens to help me differentiate stitched part. Getting old! LOL. :)