Here's my junk journal that I began for Advent but am continuing into Lent and Easter.
I have many ideas for embellishments on each page.
Atticus will turn 8 on Wednesday. Remember him 8 years ago? What a lamb.
On Tuesday Miss Bug, Birdie and Millie the Rose are coming for a few days. YAY! I like having sweet bees swarming around our hive home. They appreciate dinners and popcorn and movies, shopping and art. FUN!
I found some Waterlogue-ed photos in my stores. I still have the flower longings so I shall use my craving to plan the garden. Lately I've been thinking about trees. I might see if we can plant a flowering plum or an apple tree. I would also like a lilac bush.
I love this print. Don't you? The fairy dance and the lanterns . . . This is what fairies look like, you know. We'll make some tiny fairy yards in some of our flower beds.
Well, this girl is good for all seasons because pocket hankies must be washed and ironed, you know. I iron jeans and t-shirts, too. I have a high pile of table linens waiting for their turn on the board. Whenever I can't decide what to do first, I like to iron. I have a hefty new iron and it's just perfect. I have two or three sewing projects to finish, a top and a pair of bloomers. Soon I'll be sewing for Alice and Wonderland and Beauty and the Beast, so I should sew for ME this week.
I concluded that I need a few ideas for The Jolly Postman's adventure. Should each hostess write a story and place it in the envelopes I include in the parcel? Should Jolly be laminated card or fabric? I think he'll travel best if he's flat.
I think he'll travel in a handmade journal that includes the pockets. Maybe it will be sewn from a brown paper bag. Ideas?
This day is a sweet sabbath. I may take some tea outdoors. I plan on having a cozy read on the sofa. I'm going to make ground turkey and beans for supper.
Thank you for popping by!
God be with you.