So, I've left the studio to ponder and get to the heart of what's really troubling me. I'm finding answers in the Official Manual for Living (the Bible). After a much needed tune-up, some attitude adjustments, and a change of scenery (can you say Scrapfest?!) I should be able to find my happy crafting heart once more.
Okay, so that explains my blogging absence now on to what has been making me happy lately.....my family, especially my little One Year Old Uriah!
My hubby, Uriah's "Pop Pop" picked out this cute little ride on 4 wheeler for Uriah.
Grammy even found a creative spark and made the birthday banner.
Digby update: My golden boy is still wearing socks but there is good news too. He is healing and they found out why he was scratching himself raw...a non-contagious strain of ringworm, which happily isn't a parasite but a very treatable type of fungus. Unfortunately, the treatment involves a month's worth of weekly lime baths at the vet- expensive and seriously stinky. We still don't know exactly where or how he picked it up but I suspect the pack of stray cats in the neighborhood....we've been trying to teach him to chase them out of the yard to no avail. Apparently, he's a lover not a fighter. At least Tia has been spared the skin scourge so far.
And in other good news, the thyroid medicine is working! Digby has lost 15 pounds and has found his inner puppy again!
I'm looking forward to my trip to Scrapfest next week....it will be a whirlwind 4 days. The Lawn Fawn team will be back together for this event and I can't wait to see Britta and Chari again. Finally having the chance to meet some of my closest inter-web friends is also putting a big smile on my face.
Here's a Thought!
Hold loosely all that is not eternal. ~ Agnes Maude Royden