With so many classes booked for the coming months, my days have been filled with creating - (and in some cases recreating classes!!!) I'm off to teach at The Moxley Massive Birthday Bash in a couple of weeks time and know there are a few ladies waiting to see some sneaks peeks - well here you go - a couple of the classes I'll be teaching using Cosmos Crickets Material Girl.
Hubs has sat watching me as I've been cutting and sticking and has kept me going with cups of tea (and the occasional cuddle when things haven't quite worked out how I would have liked them to!)
In need of a break from my scrapping space, we took ourselves off for the afternoon and hid away in one of our favourite haunts - the local Italian - and enjoyed a plate of pasta washed down with a few glasses of something nice :D
It was wonderful to take time out to just sit, chatter and ponder over the ups and downs we have shared over the past 20 years - like all couples we have had our highs and our lows - but we've shared them together - united as one - and have worked on through all that life has thrown at us, in hope that we will grow old together.
I had a blast last weekend when my best mate and I went to the local theatre to see The Troggs play live!
As the lead singer jumped around the stage and whisked everyone back to the 60's, it was hard to believe that he is now pushing 70 years of age - when they sang Wild Thing the whole audience erupted and were up on their feet dancing the night away....the highlight of the night for me was when Dave Berry sang "The Crying Game" - I could have cried - it is such an emotive song and he sang it just as good then as he did all those years ago....having siblings who are a lot older than myself, I was raised listening to the hits of the 60's and have always been a huge fan of the music of that era. It really was an excellent show and one I'd recommend going to see if you are are fan of 60's sounds.
The guys are happy that the Easter break is here and that Hubs is around to spend some time with them - even tho he is on his crutches, they have been making plans for a couple of extreme days out....unfortunately Hubs will have to stand on the sidelines and observe as the guys do their thang, which isn't going to be easy for him as he is such an adrenalin junkie!
I'll leave you with a sneak of my Pencil Lines LO for this coming Sunday - Pencil Lines has an amazing sponsor for the month of April, with an awesome RAK up for one lucky scrapper who submits to the gallery, so don't forget to check out the sketch when it goes live on Sunday at 8pm.
Have a great Easter and thanks for dropping by.