Monday, June 15, 2009

I WORKED QUIT HARD!

Goodmorning everybody!
So how was your weekend? I had a good one, we did nothing special, but that's okay. As I did all necessary shopping already on Friday, I was all "free"in the weekend and I used the time well. I have some kits ready for you, and also managed to do one challenge again. On the forum we are already planning ahead for the daily downloads for the coming time. As Snowy is going to the US in October, it is up to me to take care of the posting the daily link in that time on the forum. I hope I will do it allright , LOL. But also we already planned ahead for the rest of the year, who is taking which month to give the colourscheme and theme, so that Snowy has time to work a bit ahead. She wants to have it ready(at least her parts) before she is going to the US. That girl has an energy and creativity, unbelievable!
I am really looking forward to see the ideas from the ladies of the forum and I will have to come up with one also, but I am at the end, December. So I still have a little time to think it over.

Then I even had a phonecall with Heidi, I hope to see her somewhere next week. Her husband Danny is going through some rough time at the moment. He sufferes terribly from his back, he has to lie down a lot to give it some rest. He had a scan for it, but the results of it are not there yet. Then will be decided if it will be necessary to have an operation. Brrrr, never like to hear about an operation on the back, always stays a bit tricky. So I hope they can solve the problem without it for him, but in the mean time he's not feeling all yippeee at all!

Today I think I must try to contact the other appartment owners about the council thing, and yak, how I hate those kind of things. But it has to be done surely one of these days. Well I suppose we already learned about life that you also have to do things you don;t like, but that are necessary. It's a pity, but life is composed of nice and also not nice things, it's just something you'll have to accept as a fact. Better it will be dealt with quickly, so that we can forget about it as soon as possible.

My garden is still showing off some beauties, I made a picture of my "unknown"rose which is coming to bloom now. Have to make another one of the completely opened flower also and then I will show you. It;s a beautiful red coloured one! Great.
But I can show you the layout I did for the letter challenge, for the letter O

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The background I made from an embossed overlay which is having tulips on it. And as the tulip is a very known flower in Holland I thought that would be nice.

Okay, I suppose I bothered you enough, so here is the freebie for today. A one colour schemed one, with some nice papers I think. I made a couple of the overlays for it myself, out of elements I found everywhere. I namned it "Green Assylum"and it has a kind of vintage look over it(I love the two papers with the ladies on it).
Oh must not forget Jan has to go to the dermatologist this afternoon. I hope he will give him something for the terrible itching he has all over, caused by some of the medicin he is taking now. We'll see what that appointment brings.
So have a great day and see you this afternoon I hope at the freebielist.

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5 comments:

Edna B said...

This is a beautiful kit, Kyra. I know you'll do a terrific job this fall.

Sure hope Jan finds some relief from the itching. Hugs, Edna B.

CreativeBusyHands-Scrapbook Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Scrapbook Freebies Search List, under the Kit(s) post on Jun. 15, 2009. Thanks again.

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 15 Jun [LA 07:00pm, NY 09:00pm] - 16 Jun [UK 02:00am, OZ 12:00pm] ).

hultenlk said...

Thank you! These are both beautiful.

cindiaskew said...

as always beautiful kit, love your colors and elements. appreciate your labor & talent. tyfs
love reading your blog