Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Assembled! Season 2, Episode 10

Hello Friends!

I've been conspicuously absent from my blog lately, and I apologize for that.  I had a bit of overwhelm that hit me and I needed to get my to-do list back to a point where I could tread water instead of drown!  Currently, I'm preparing for convention (which includes a few swaps, roommate gifts, a Designer Showcase display, and a class that I'm teaching); I have a surgery coming in July, so I've been having a few appointments and tests in preparation for that (in addition to the general exhaustion from the effects of my heart issues); we're currently in the process of getting a few updates on our house so I constantly have little appointments for measurements, etc; AND I'm the treasurer of our HOA, which has been transitioning from a management company back into self management.  I'm exhausted just listing it all out!  Unfortunately in all that, my poor blog (and, frankly, my housekeeping!) have been on the back burner.  I'm starting to get caught up though, and felt I needed to post here before I go clean some bathrooms.   


This past week on Assembled, we started with some fun treat bags.  Our color for the week was Raspberry Berry, and we pulled Silks, a Stamp (in addition to the weekly stamp), Punches, and Printed Paper.  We used a Bundle this week for our stamp set, and Becky chose the Small Things bundle of beautiful handwritten sentiments and butterflies.  




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