The most tiring walk of my life.
So last weekend I took the most tiring walk of my life. The distance I covered? About 800 metres. *LOL* Yep. My neighbours have very interesting "features" in their gardens...birds, turtles, fish, rabbits, spa pool...all which children (aka nephews) are excited to see even if they've seen it many times before.
The thing is my niece can't walk yet so she has to be carried [nope my brother did not provide a pram!]. Littlest nephew J is too short to look over the fence [bottom half concrete wall, upper half fence] so he has to be lifted every time we walk by an "interesting" feature. Nephew #2 is not tall enough to look over the fence even on tippy toes so I have to lift him up too! Nephew #1 is too small to help carry any of his siblings. And I seriously need to build up upper body strength [insert scene where I am diligently pumping iron to develop Madonna-like arms...*LOL*]
Certainly a far cry from taking an idyllic stroll at the Royal Botanic Garden...*LOL*
Check out these Walgreen coupons for some awesome deals on stickers! My fave go-to embellishment! :) A two-page spread inspired by the challenge at Frosted Designs to use kraft paper.
Supplies: October Afternoon patterned papers, Jenni Bowlin, American Crafts, 7 Gypsies and Imaginisce stickers, Purple Onion and Maya Road stamps, ribbon, thread, buttons, brad.