Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Today was one of those wild and crazy days when you aren't sure if things are going to turn out, but they do! My son has spent the past few days working on a class project that he missed when he was absent. Well, he had it almost done yesterday morning and my 4 year old daughter was trying to take the crayons he was using. Well, I told her to leave him alone and let him do his homework. He eventually went up to get ready for school. Then, he came back down and the project was missing. We looked everywhere and he went to school without it. This morning, I did some thinking and searched through the garbage before I woke him up and I found it. It was a mess too. He spent the morning copying it onto a new piece of paper. I talked to my 4 year old later today and she admitted that she threw it in the garbage because she wanted to crayons. Yes, it was one of those days! :)

I just want to remind you about the brag book quick page exchange that is going on at GDS right now featuring my "Bliss" kit. You can get these quick pages for free by participating:

Find out how to get these free HERE.


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13 comments:

Robyn said...

This seems a little different from your other templates. I love how you've laid it out. Thank you Andrea. :)

verabear said...

thanks for today's template!

Maria said...

Thank you so much.

Eralia said...

Thank you for your great Freebies, I love your Templates.

Tink said...

Oh your poor son. He must have been devastated. Hope it doesn't take long for him to forgive his little sister though. Thank you for the template.

Maria said...

Thank you! The DigiFree freebie search engine is about to list this blog post at digifree.blogspot.com

Danielle said...

Thanks, this is a really cute design!

Lisa said...

Your poor son...kids sure can keep you on your toes!! Thanks so much for your continued generosity...love you templates!!

dodo said...

thank you so much
dodo

grambie said...

Children, don't you just love them. They will always keep you on your toes. So glad you found the homework and he was able to redo his work. It also shows that the younger sibling has reach a plateau where she will express her demands and react if not given attention. But somehow, out of the trials and spats, your love will bring everything together. You will be able to look back and laugh at their antics, but now you are definitely concerned. The positive aspect is that she readily acknowledged what she had done and why. Upon that you can build a common bond.

It is obvious that you have undergone a new-phase in designs. This metamorphosis is just awesome and I love the change. It is so wonderful to watch your growth in designing as you emerge into another design plane. Congratulations, I have mentioned this before in my comments and will watch the escalation with gladness and respect. Thanks for another wonderful template.

Jayne said...

Thanks for another great template.. they are such a help :)

Trisha said...

Awesome template! Thank you Andrea!

Myra said...

Thank you very much for another gorgeous template. :)

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