Monday, December 29, 2008
For the first time in years I have some New Years resolutions. Not just a few, 14! Some are more difficult than others but I truly plan to accomplish them all in 2009. I'm a real box checker so I'm anxious to get started. I can check #3 off my list, get Gracie in her own bed. Last night was the first night and she was really afraid. I sat on the floor by her bed and held her hand for 40 minutes until her eyes finally fluttered closed. Tonight was Daddy's night and it only took 30 minutes with a lot less fussing. It's bittersweet, I wanted my bed back after 8 years of having kids in with us but I realized last night as I faced Roy that she's probably my last one. I guess we'll see, I'm famous for changing my mind.
Posted by Lisa Super at 11:20 PM
Sunday, December 21, 2008
I've got a few more flowers to add and this album is ready. I worked on it this weekend. I've been sick and it's been rainy so it was the perfect time to work at my art table and get this class sample done. I love doing books with Grace as my subject, she's just so fun to scrap! I can't believe this is Christmas week, wow it got here quickly! Have a great holiday and a happy New Year!!
Posted by Lisa Super at 10:44 PM
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
So my blog is under a little construction. I enlisted my friend Gabe to help me jazz it up a bit. I tried the banner on and I really like it so he's going to resize it and hook me up with a few extra fun things. Gotta run, the kids are fighting over...wait for it...an A's foam finger. The true mark of over tired children.
Posted by Lisa Super at 9:14 PM
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
We're getting ready for Christmas around the Super house. I've gotten as far as the dining room. Like my lil trees from Michaels? Got them on Black Friday. I bought "Wish" from Tinsel Trading in NY.
We're waiting on some butter to soften and then we're making Cherries Jubilee cookies. The picture looks great but they call for Chinese 5 spice seasoning...weird but ok. I stopped by the Asian market on my way home to pick some up. If they're wonderful I'll post the recipe in the next few days.
Posted by Lisa Super at 7:14 PM