How fun is this? What a great idea! I’m participating 😍
A card a day for 7 days? Challenge accepted! Thinking of You Week is September 24th through the 30th. Who will you connect with? 😃💌thinkingofyouweekusa
When you are so excited to finally get a book & you read it in a 24-hour period & are so sad you finished 😭 The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory is the perfect happily ever after read ❤️❤️❤️ Maybe I’ll have to read it twice 😍
Trying to get ready for September! I need to get back into my planner groove 😍 I kind of dropped my planning during summer 😳I love my colorful fountain pens, sticker letters & cute Bichon stickers ❤️❤️❤️
I love the TN plastic sheet with grid for writing on the go. We have TN products in our online shop! 😍
Two more - now I’m caught up! I enjoyed & learned from both books. Especially interesting if you want to know more about immigrants & people living in countries other than mine. Go by Kazuki Kaneshiro was especially interesting to me because it takes place in Japan & the main character is Korean. (There’s a movie too!) The Leavers by Lisa Ko involves a Chinese woman. Both great!
Four more to recommend! The Nakano Thrift Shop by Hiromi Kawakami, Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen, The Green Road by Anne Enright & The High Season by Judy Blundell 📚 First day of school at Point Loma! Sent Kevin off with his coffee ☕️😴
Playing with clear embossing on top of watercolored Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks. Super easy & fun for the ocean effect. Stamps, ink & embossing ink from Lawn Fawn I also used some sentiments from the Paper Tales/Amy Tangerine stamp set too.
Trying to find my creativity & inspiration by playing with paint & my Gelli plate. I’m using acrylic & watercolor.
Two more books I would recommend - One Sunday Morning by Amy Ephron and Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata. I’ve been fitting in more reading than usual the past few weeks. Too hot to feel much motivation for anything else!
Sharing the I Am A Sorority Woman message from @kappa_alpha_theta. Theta was a big part of my college life & we were a group of strong, supportive, feminists. Let’s take one more stereotype & break it!