Tolkien, artist

Hard Work and a Flash Mob to Share

Yesterday was just as filled with work as I had thought, but things worked well. I had a fun-filled morning with Meghan, meeting Chickie for breakfast and then taking Meghan with me to the fabric store for some decorative braid, and Penco Art Supply Warehouse store. It's always so much fun to catch up with her.


She worked for me in '03-'04, a long time ago, but she's still a friend. It was a dreary day, though, with rain all day. I'll have to be careful driving around today, all that rain probably froze overnight so the roads, potentially, might be icey.



I've got a cute, seasonal flash mob for your viewing pleasure. This actually took place at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Business. I really enjoyed looking at it this morning and share it with all of you.



My Silhouette machine was working non-stop from the time I got home yesterday morning until 6:00 pm. The inserts for my first batch of cards were glued, stapled, and put into the cards, then they were made ready for mailing this morning. Group 2 cards are at the embossing stage now. I also got some work done on Sharon's holiday gift. My drabble is stumbling a little bit, though. Hopefully my brain can clear out a bit so that I can get the cadence down within the next day or so. Today would be best.
Well, right now it's looking like we will have a "brown" Christmas instead of a white one, but ice is always a possibility and today was a bit dicey for walking.

- Erulisse (one L)
Wasn't it fun? The Univ of Minnesota isn't known for its lightheartedness, but this one really pulled it off.

- Erulisse (one L)
I really liked this one. Deck the Halls is not my favorite carol because it is so repititious, but they actually made it interesting. Thanks for watching :-)

- Erulisse (one L)