Hello, Happy Sunday and Welcome to the Farm! I trust your year has started out on a fairly good note and that so far January has been good to you. It has been a good start here, so I'm hoping for the same everywhere else.
With the new year, we've got all those fun ideas and resolutions on our minds. At least I do. There's a lot of organizing, cleaning out, crafting, etc., to be done and I probably should get a start on it. But I don't want to. Really, I don't. It makes me nauseous just to think of it.
Although I am all in favor of a clean and organized house, it's much more fun to craft; however, how can I do that if I don't have a clean and organized house? It's a vicious circle and, in my opinion, a very unfair one. Who invented that stupid circle anyway? And why?
Since I did a LITTLE cleaning up today AND a major organization project, I think it's only fair that I get to share a craft as well. After all, turnabout is fair play (I suppose if you're a circle). I've been working on some more of my unfinished projects, but the one I'm sharing today was already finished. It's one of my favorite scrapbook projects EVAH.
My little granddaughter, Addisyn, has two big sisters, Tiffani and Cierra, who just adore her. I'm pretty sure it goes both ways since little Addie smiles and laughs a lot with them (at them?). They're always playing with her and having fun, although there was this one time when Cierra got a taste of what it's like to feed her. The pictures were sad. Food on her face sad. And food in her hair sad. Poor Cierra, that's all I can say about that.
Momma Keri took these pictures of the girls and, as usual, I stole them right off the computer. hee hee hee I'm really good for that. In fact, it's my job. She knows I do it; that's why she posts them. Since I don't live by them, I'm very grateful that she does. These two pictures just brought joy to my heart. The way they are all looking - so content and happy - that's what a Grandma wants to see. :) I can see so clearly how much Addisyn loves her big sisters and how much they love her.
When I first saw these pictures, my heart just melted. And then I started thinking of all the things they'll do together in the future; things like my own sister and I did when we were little. Playing, talking, sharing secrets, reading to each other, supposed to be sleeping but not... It's ok to say that; we're grown up now and we can't get in trouble anymore. :D I have some precious memories of my sister and I, and I know that Tiffani, Cierra and Addisyn will have some of their own. I can't wait to hear about the fun times they have and the secrets they keep. Like only sisters do.
Momma Keri is going to have some interesting sister scenarios as the girls grow. She just may need Calgon for some of them!
8x20 Scrapbook Canvas and Templates from Heritage Makers.
This is precious...thank you for sharing. I have four sisters and a brother and I have four daughters and two sons so I know all about calgon...she better stock up! In the end, though, it is all so worth it.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Toodie,
Thank you for stopping by Rae! I only have one sister and we've got some good memories. I can't imagine having more than one to share things with. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for checking out my projects and for leaving the sweet comment! Wishing you all the best in the new year! Enjoy those grandchildren!! :)ReplyDelete
Hello! I know what you mean about the vicious cycle of cleaning/organizing vs projects. One of my first jobs after the new year was organizing my work room. It was long overdue but has sure helped in remembering what I had...and finding things I forgot I had! LOL!ReplyDelete
And I agree, there's a special sister bond. I have two sisters and three daughters! But my brothers and son are pretty special too!
Anne, thank you so much for stopping by! The best for you in this new year as well!ReplyDelete
Sonya, I think the cycle should be eliminated but I can't figure out how! LOLReplyDelete