Monday, January 28, 2008

I know, right?

I present to you some dailies, for your viewing pleasure:

If you have iTunes, perhaps you have played with the store feature that recommends music for you based on what you own and what you have bought. I was going through those recommendations, and I find it all a bit scary how well it knew me. Seriously, half of what it was recommending I either already owned or I was all like, "oooh, I LOVE that song!!!" and then I'd promptly hit BUY SONG.

I mean, honestly, Peter Cetera? .38 Special? How old am I?

I did a print screen, cropped it, edited a bit, and printed the result out on cardstock for a quick snapshot of what I did that day. Practiced my D'nealian a little too.

I tried the Snowcake soap from Lush the other day. I didn't like it. I pawned it off on the husband. He's handy that way!

You can't tell very well in this photo, but the background cardstock is a metallic silver, and I stamped snowflakes on there and embossed them in a pale blue glittery embossing powder. I think I've had that stuff for almost two years and this is the first time I've used it. Shameful.

Yes, this was my first time. I am no longer a bubble-wrap-as-a-stamp virgin. Every "artsy" scrapper out there has tried this at one time or another, or so it seems. The pink off to the left is the fab damask stamp I picked up at Impress in Seattle, with some more of that glittery embossing powder, in pink this time.

One of the things my doctor told me I needed to do was eat flax seeds. I know, like I'm a bird, right? She said to grind them up and mix them into everything. They don't really taste like anything, and they're full of fiber and Omega 3s, blah blah blah, so what the heck, right? At first, I was putting them into a Ziploc baggie and beating the crud out of them with my rolling pin, but it wasn't a particularly effective (although it was entertaining) method. I went out and bought a coffee grinder tonight and it worked like a charm!
The 'f's in my stupid Making Memories rub ons were ALL defective and wouldn't rub on, so I had to improvise. It's "artsy", right?
Speaking of my doctor and my diet...
Do you know what happens when you go from eating like a regular person to eating almost all meat and veggies? Let's just say, that bottle of Beano is like my best friend right now. Sorry Amber!
And many, many, many apologies to my poor husband.

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Blogger toners said...

Fun post! I love your Rolodex! :)

11:34 AM  
Blogger Heather Bares said...

love these!!!

11:49 AM  
Blogger Lida said...

I am in love with your Rolodex, wish I could get my hands on one!

12:31 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

This project is awesome. I've been loving all of your work though!

I am so wondering if we are going to be pregnant at the same time. O_O I'm starting pre-natal vitamins too, but I am not planning on going for it until July/August I guess. I'm full of terror. I'm 27 and I almost wish I hadn't waited this long because it is even more scary now.

10:35 PM  

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