I'm a teeny bit late with this, but in my house we've been in the land of time-stand-still in an effort to catch up and clear the decks. But I can't. So I'm ushering in November and just hoping that the wonky red border, the wonky stamping and even the wonky photo aren't really speaking of the shape of things to come for this month. Do ya like my new frame? It's one of Mr Dunnit's, made for last Saturday. I may have fibbed about how many we needed for customers. Fret not though, my wasteful ways are not wasteful. The original black frame is snug and at home with the other Scrap Lady. She intended to stain her frame black, I wanted an oak frame and I already had a black frame. Logical then, huh.
You can just see the little red arrow pointing to the 29th, which is 2 Scrap Ladies Card Marathon day, and you can see the notebook pages secured with a magnet - they are our Christmas wish lists. I know you're impressed. I will be too if they work! So what are your November plans then? Wanna hear mine? Well if you read even vaguely, you won't avoid them really. They involve lots of work preparations: I seem to have walked into the nightmare of not being prepared far enough in advance. This is because I ended up having the best part of a week off because I was ill. Major setback, note to self: don't catch anything else; the monumental effort needed to get November's stuff ready is already giving me the vapours! I expect it's having the same effect on Shopkeeper Gal too, after all, attendance at workshops is often decided by sight of the samples in store....oh the pressure! I also have plans to do a ridiculous amount of clearing out and cooking. It's the season, makes me come over all Martha Stewart. And, most fun of all, according to my diary, we as a family have lots of plans to socialise this month. Sounds like a failry irresistible month then really. I'll come out of time-stand-still as long as no-one shoves it into fast forward!