Today is also my last day of vacation. Sort of. Still have a another week until school starts. But it's back to my regular job tomorrow.
And...I guiltily slept in today. Much later than usual. 9:30am. I was awoken by my cell phone ringing.
Didn't recognize the number.
I am a magnet. Or more specifically...my car is a magnet.
For anyone who has been reading my blog for the past few months, in November my car was hit and -$4000, two weeks and the most aggrivating experiences with two insurace companies later- it was finally fixed.
Fast forward to today at 9:30 am.
So I rushed to shower, dry my hair and check out the damage.
My mirror is pulvarized. Peices of black plastic all over.
I filled out an incident report in the office. The plow co. wants to pay for the damage and the leasing office is coordinating this effort. I called Honda and they ordered the part and can fix it since it doesn't involve body work. $220 plus $37 for a rental on Wednesday so I can get to work while they work on the car. Good Lord!
I am working on simplifying. Not worrying about the unimportant. At this point I just have to laugh! Of ALL the cars in this apartment complex he hits my little unassuming car. This is the 3rd time in almost 5 years it's been hit. Twice while parked and once by the guy who "didn't see" me pulling a u-turn.
And it only has 2 more payments on it. It will be a completely new car at this rate!
Anyhow...to switch gears....here are a few cards I made last night. I stumbled across Kristina Werner's blog and was inspired by some of her cardmaking videos. My cards are loosely based on some of her ideas...
This one I used my Memory Box tree stamp and went over it with two different tiny heart stamps in red and pink ink. Inked the edges and layered it on pink paper. Layered ribbon and bright pink striped patterned paper. Stamped "Love always" (Hero Arts) in red ink.
This one I layered some two sided patterned paper I've had in my scrap box literally for years. Also added some embossed paper that's been in my stash for years. Stamped the little coffee cup and embossed. Used my circle punch to cut it out. Stamped "Just saying hello" (Hero Arts) on purple patterned paper. Attached the greeting and coffee cup circle with pop dots. Tied a peice of ribbon on.
Also..I can't wait to see what is coming from Week #2 of Emily Falconbridge's project