Happy Memorial Day!
For those of you who have asked, my book is going well. Wouldn't it be nice if we could write our own world? If we could sit down and type, and change the fabric of our existence? If it were only that simple! In a way, when you write, that's just what you do. It doesn't last, of course... but still... it's nice. I couldn't sleep last night, and I opened my Macbook Pro, and read a few of the last pages I'd typed, closed my eyes, and started to walk. I got lost in the journey. There she was, walking down the street... the night as dark in her world, as it was in mine..but her world was infinitely more exciting... more thrilling... more tiring. As I walked through this latest adventure, my heart racing, while it waited to discover what would happen next, the character did something I just didn't expect her to do... and poof. Back I was on my couch, staring at the words, wondering how on earth she'd get herself out of this. Luckily, I was then tired enough to sleep, and lucky enough to be able to leave that existence in a locked file, and start back into my much less exciting, but much more peaceful place that I occupy. :) Still... it would be nice sometimes, to write my own adventure, as easily as I write hers.
I was doing an application for the KaiserCraft Design Team, and I threw this card together. I love this Kaisercraft paper, and I've used it all up except for a tiny bit. So I decided to make a card with it rather than throw it out. I usually keep all scraps anyway, but with the pending move, I'm having to put everything in it's place. :) Anyway... I like the card. Glad I used this tiny piece of scrap for somthing. It's a very soothing paper.