Friday, May 29, 2009

A day with a plan?

Goodmorning everybody!

Unbelievable, but today is a day with PERHAPS a plan.! And it involves Jan, therefore the perhaps! LOL. It's time to go to the "special"supermarket again, to get some catfood for a real good price there and look around what else we can take with us for not too much money. It's the kind of supermarket where they have some things always and other things just for a short time, but then for a low price. So it's a bit of gamble, but you'll have to look around, see it, and ask yourself if you'll need it the coming time or stash it in the freezer and so. Well, I hope we'll get there today. I had it in mind already for some days, but every time something disturbed the plan. Very odd.

Can you imagine the month of May is almost done?? Just Monday we start already with June! I am glad, I already have a map in the scrapkit section on my computer which contains a few kits. Yeah can you imagine, I have a few in store again! Oh and I must say to you that in June we have another FABULOUS daily download on the Magickal Scraps forum. In a few days you'll see the slideshow on my blog, but it;s really a beautiful one. The ladies( haha, I am inculded in that) have done a terrific job on this one! Worth to take a look!

I am a bit proud of myself, about yesterday. I did some on the computer, some in the garden and when Jan got out for a walk I tornadoed(I don;t think it's proper English, but you'll understand the meaning LOL) through the house, dusting sweeping and preparing dinner in advance, all in quite short time, but the house looked better, in my opinion. Ha, sometimes a girl can do a lot in little time. Oh, reminds me of something Jan said the other day. Everywhere on tv you have these commercial breaks over and over again. And one evening I got so yakkkie about it I stood up and changed the sheets etc. of the bed, gave something to eat to my oldest cat(she eats in portions throughout the day) poured a cup of coffee and was back on the couch even before the commercial break was done! So I said to Jan: "Amazing what you can do in just a short time, take only these breaks". And Jan said: "Well, if you'll count all the breaks on an evening only, you'll have "spare"time for almost 2 hours! Imagine what you could do in that time! Only a pity that it is evening and we are problaly a bit too tired to jump around(or we don;t have the spirit anymore). But still, it should be a great spending of that boaring time!". And in fact he is right. But I think, this time will not be spend very often to house work, although it would be a great thing to do. Hmmm, you;ll just have to turn the day on it's back, and make another planning.

Okay, enough stupid rampling. I have the kit waiting for you. Today it's a kit in style of the 1920-1930's, a bit of art nouveau and art deco style. Can you do something with it? suppose with a bit of imagination you always can use something from a kit.
Well, name is"Roaring Times"(referring to the "roaring Twenties").
This weekend it is the Whitsuntide so perhaps I'll extend my"weekend break"too and will not be back till Tuesday. I don;t know yet, so take a look on Monday on the blog and you'll know.
As for now I wish you all a marvellous weekend with lots of fun and joy.Take care!

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Anonymous 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 May. 29, 2009. Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 29 May [LA 07:00pm, NY 09:00pm] - 30 May [UK 02:00am, OZ 12:00pm] ).

Edna B said...

Kyra, this looks to be such a fun kit. Thank you so much. I know what you mean about the TV commercials. They seem to be getting longer every day, and so many more of them.

Ah well, I suppose they have to earn a living too. You and Jan have a grand time shopping at your special little store. Hugs, Edna