Ever have one of those weeks where you feel like you're in some sort of time warp? Like every minute is actually an hour and the day seems as if it will go on forever? Well, that's how this week feels to me. And usually, when I have a week like this, it's because there is something amazingly wonderful happening at the end of the week -- like a vacation, or the last day of work before a holiday or, best of all, a night when we have a babysitter! But at the end of this week, there's nothing I'm all that excited about. So why is time dragging so slowly?
I'm sure I'll never know. And even worse, the same phenomenon that's stretching time beyond its natural bounds is also affecting my scrapbooking. I just can't seem to complete the layout I've been messing with for three days now. It's close, but I'm just not satisfied with it yet. Maybe tomorrow will be the day when I emerge from this self-induced funk and get moving again.
In the meantime (and in the spirit of the whole "time warp" idea), here's an oldie, but a goodie. It's a birthday invitation I did for my daughter's 4th birthday party. We had it at a ranch-themed petting zoo where there were pony rides, so I used a photo I had of Avery sitting on a pony and some yummy papers from Basic Grey to assemble this invitation, which I then scanned and had printed as 5x7 photos to send out as invites. I'm not loving the sticker stuff, but this was a few years ago and my style continues to evolve, hopefully for the better.