The Gremlins have moved in! Those pesky little blighters are running riot around our home creating havoc as they go.
First off - they attacked the "brain" on my beloved car and its totally defunked - thank heavens its still under warranty and is being fixed as I type - PHEW! I'm lost without transport and feel like I'm stranded in the outback!
Then they decided to mess around with my puta! How dare they! I'm sure I could hear them snickering as I sat for 3 hours trying to fix the bloomin thing - and as if that wasn't enough torture - they blocked the bathroom sink, moved the garage keys and then exploded my iron....and then they screwed up my camera (which is why I haven't any photos of my weekend in Cornwall to share :( )
I guess you could say it wasn't such a good day - but nothing that couldnt be fixed by a night in front of the fire spent reading manuals, with a glass of something nice to unwind :D
Thankfully the Gremlins have now departed and this week, apart from being Mrs Fix It, Ive been preparing for yet another trip overseas.
This is one one trip that I couldn't refuse as I will be spending the weekend with one of my dearest scrapping buddies, Ania, at Papirfest 2009 in Stavangar, Norway.
Ive been chatting with Ania for the past two years via MSN and email and over this time we have become great friends - we have laughed through the good times and been there for one another through the not so good - and now we finally get to meet for real - I'm sooo excited :D
I'm teaching three classes at the event - 2 Prima and 1 Sassafras - and am really looking forward to meeting up with old and new faces.
Not only do I get to meet Ania but I'm also going to be hanging out with one of my fellow Prima team mates and also the sweetest lady - Oddbjorg :D
Oddbjorg just happens to be this weeks guest designer over at Pencil Lines - do pop over and see her wonderful page - she is such a talented lady.
I used products from Kaiser Crafts Rewind collection to create my interpretation of the sketch.
Its not often that you come across a good line for boys but this range is perfect for teenage boys.
Whilst I was away in South Africa one of my friends got married - Hubs was in charge of the camera and he snapped the photo of my boys chilling out after the wedding ceremony - which was a very relaxed affair....I'm sad that I missed it because from all accounts it was a great day.
Congrats to Mr & Mrs Matt - may your lives always be filled with love, peace and happiness.
Did you know that Pencil Lines is going to be 3 years old this weekend - there will be lots of fun and games with prizes galore up for grabs, so do drop by over the weekend and join in the birthday festivities.....we would love to see you there.
Have fun and thanks for stopping by.