It's been a few days, and I'm adjusting to being home full time again. It's funny when a show ends. For the first few nights afterward your heart leaps at around 7:30pm-- thinking you should be somewhere. But no, we're closed, and I'm enjoying quiet evenings at home.
I've been planning some of my upcoming projects, but hadn't actually scrapped anything until tonight.
Me: The muse is here.
Q: The muse?
Me: Yes. The scrap muse.
Q: Ah. Okay, I'll see you tomorrow then. Don't scrap too hard, and don't stay up too late.
Scrapping is always most satisying when the muse visits and shows you what to choose and where to put it.
While waiting for the muse to arrive, I had been surfing the net a lot, bookmarking inspiration and recipes. Here are a few things to share:
I have tried dozens of mac and cheese recipes and this is the classic, best tasting recipe. Try it. (note: not low fat. so worth it.)
Write.click.scrapbook If you are a scrapbooker and this is not a daily read for you, then you need to start. There is always a ton of inspiration to be had.
teuxdeux A very cool on line To Do list. (Get it? Teux deux. To do.) Check something off when you finish it. If you don't check it off, the program automatically moves it over to the next day. Love this.
Kristen Cook One of my very favourite baby/wedding photographers. She's currently doing a photo-a-day month of her two kids. I wish I could take photos like her!
ohdeedoh A family blog-- great ideas for kids, and design, too. Part of "Apartment Therapy"
That should get you started--- more to come!