I have two classes coming up and I'm SO excited! I have been designing some Christmas projects and am looking to share them in person with as many of you as I possibly can in the next few weeks...
Above you can see a little peek of the Christmas Card Extravaganza Class (scheduled for the evening of Friday November 30) and below is a snippet of my Vintage Inspired Christmas Decorations Class (coming your way on the evening of Friday December 7)...
Details of both classes can be found on the Events page of my Demonstrator Website, and you need to RSVP there too! Places are limited - HURRY!!
As for the reference to a "sick note" in the title of the post, I thought I would pop it out of the way down here for those of you who are only here for the pretty pictures... ;-)
I wanted to briefly address the elephant in the room that is my month-and-a-bit long hiatus from blogging and my sporadic (at best!) posting habits of late. It's far from serious, but I have been struggling with extreme fatigue in recent times - in fact for as long as I can remember, really - and it stems from having a very low iron count. I have been barely managing to get through the things that I need to do (think feeding and watering the troops and keeping house), never mind the things that I want to do, like stamping and sharing it here.
Two iron infusions in as many years hasn't really addressed the issue, more just put a band-aid on it, so I have been the greatest of friends with Medicare in recent times as I have had tests and investigations of all varieties to try and pin down the issue and get it sorted. It's a continuing process, but one that I hope is coming to an end and I'm looking forward to a New Year as a fully functioning human that doesn't require regular afternoon naps to get through what is no more than the standard daily activities of a wife/mum/stampin' chick :-)
I plan on being all guns (and then some!) blazing soon, so if you've stuck around this past year or so, I thank you for your patience and I look forward to providing you with much more stampin' inspiration in the future.