I went back to work yesterday. The first 4 1/2 hours was spent getting updates to procedures. The next 1/2 hour was spent driving. Then an hour of updates with our team.
I spent the last hour of the day at my new school. Yes, I'm changing schools! Yahoo! I've been working in the clinic at the school I am currently at for 9 years!!! I have never spent that long in one place. The tech at my kids' school moved to a different school leaving the position open. It was offered to me and I jumped at the chance. Not only does it give me a change of school, I'll have WINDOWS in my office for the first time EVER!!! I'm so excited. The nurse is sweet and I believe we are going to work great together AND I get a window! I'm so going to watch me some storms!
I'm still digiscrapping. I finished a couple challenges this week. And I won a kit from Shell's Playground. Yah! First kit I've ever won. *dances* The page below "Worn Out" was made with that kit.
Breezy's 15th Birthday was done with parts from Scrap Matter's 3rd Birthday Celebration. Papers by Scrapmuss, word art by Graham Like the Cracker and cluster by Stephanie.
Chaz' 2nd Christmas done with digiscrap kit by Delicious Scraps.
Breezy playing in the rain was done with digiscrap kit from Au coin de l'objectif. Yes it's in French. Google Chrome will translate pages written in foreign languages with the click of one spot on the options page.
Chaz' first year of basketball. Digiscrap kit from the Surfs Up collaboration by Scraps N Pieces & the Scrappy Kat.
Breezy after playing in the rain. Kit from Teapot Lady at DSO. Font "Love Ya Like a Sister" from dafont.com.
Chaz at his 8th Birthday Party. Digiscrap kit by Free2Scrap (Tough Enough).
Breezy colored her hair and then spent a half hour trying to get the perfect picture to post to facebook! LOL Digiscrap kit from Free2Scrap (Tough Enough).
My sister at Bass Pro. We all spent time trying on hats. Here she was testing out the camouflage gear! Digiscrap kit by Rebecca B and done for a contest.
Hope you enjoyed the digiscrap pages almost as much as I enjoyed making them.