Speak Kindly Card & Challenges!

October 26, 2012 at 5:41 pm 3 comments

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Hi! Some more Jillibean soup supplies for you today with a really good quote too. There’s definitely not enough spoken kindness, that’s a fact!
I’m still doing the odd bit of stitching- some on this card and a little bit of minor surgery on two teddies whose stuffing was on show and causing them some embarrassment!

It’s the end of half term. Yesterday we went to Delamere Forest which is a really beautiful forest ( obviously!). We went with some friends and their kids.
It was relaxing which was a great relief as the previous day involved part 2 of the challenging teenage hair saga.
Let me spare you most of the details- here’s the précis’d version.
New haircut. Decided could live with new colour/s.
That night took it upon themselves to ‘correct’ the hairdressers handiwork.
Corrected with a razor blade.
Umm.
Hole…where there used to be hair.
Now that’s a problem.
Solution isn’t obvious.
We’re working on that one!!

I’m ready for a relax after all the follicle based stresses. We did have a good breezy time up Moel Famau- which could be described as a mountain..but possibly not if you’re a regular mountain climber. Maybe a large hill might be more fitting but ‘mountain’ gives a more larger dose of personal satisfaction for the littlies! For some the climb was much more of a challenge than others. It did remind me of myself being reluctantly dragged up certain mountains in the Lake District when I was young!

See you when I’ve warmed up- it’s pretty freezing in North Wales right now! xx

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  • 1. tsurutadesigns  |  October 27, 2012 at 2:46 am

    This is one gorgeous card….you are so fun…you cut your hair, again?!

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  • 2. TiaraHelen  |  October 27, 2012 at 11:04 am

    Hi Keren, I like your card, especially the words. Cutting own hair must run in the family – good luck sorting out the bald patch. Any progress tearing up that old book?

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  • 3. Virginia Lu  |  October 28, 2012 at 11:03 pm

    Love the sentiment with the jar!! Very homey and lovely! and ah…the hold in the hair patches….find some short people to hang out with, so no one can see the spot 🙂 OR let time “take care ” of itself!

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