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Sunday, December 11, 2011

How I celebrated my day

I actually spent most of the day by myself since Bryan's job is working him 50+ hours a week. I slept in as long as I wanted to :) When I got up I decided to go to the craft store and create something I found on Pinterest. So I bought some acrylic paint at Hobby Lobby and an old picture frame Goodwill ($2). I took them home and spent most of my afternoon working on my craft. It turned out nicely. It seemed difficult to paint the ornaments and I later learned that I should have modge podged paper strips to the ornaments first (which makes sense) I thought it was more difficult than it should have been to paint them. All and all it turned out cute. It's more difficult to paint and do detail work now with prograf tremors in my hands. I will probably re-do the ornaments on another day when I am feeling motivated to do so :) This is the final product~
When Bryan got home from work he insisted we go out to dinner (I could have stayed home, but he wanted to take me out) He took me to Johnny Corino's since Italian food one of my FAVS. I had Spicy Shrimp and Chicken. . .I ate too much as usual. I actually weigh 105 lbs which is more than I have ever weighed in my life!! It must be all the pasta I've been eating lately. LOL.

So I enjoyed my day. I got to get my craft on, make a mess and be creative which is something I just don't enough of lately.

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4 comments:

my2ndheartbeat said...

Jamie,

Congrats of your 4th anniversary!!

Life is grand!

Jamie said...

Congrats on your 4 year anniversary! I seen that craft on pinerest too, yours turned out really cute!

flatulence treatment said...

Congrats on your 4 season anniversary! I trust u will be delight in same like previous lifestyle.

csweet said...

I am so encouraged to read about your 4 year anniversary! My son had his transplant November 19th, we are so happy to see him so happy. It has been such a blessing and finding your blog encourages me. We live in Phoenix, Az and Lucas is 27 years old. I hope he has a long and happy life and he learns from reading blogs like this that he has been given a special gift. Thank you! csweet@cox.net

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