And here is where I find myself a lot of mornings. At my desk with coffee and water and my ratty little spiral notebook with my "to do" list. I don't have a neat organizer notebook. I have a 97 cent spiral notebook from Walmart that fits in my purse. I have sticky notes on lots of the pages from other places. I have pages torn out. And it doesn't look very tidy...but it works! The Franklin planner people hate people like me.
I'm working on my next class, which will be February 3rd here in Austin. I'll probably have extra kits available for purchase here on my blog, too. I'm thinking it's going to be a big canvas class. :) (similar to the one Ali Edwards did in a past issue of Creating Keepsakes)
There is a street here in Austin that is SO much fun during Christmas. Every house on the block decorates...but they don't just decorate normally. This is Austin, you know. They cover entire homes with lights. And BBQ grills. And air conditioning units. And have truly weird Austin themes going on. I think one house is even covered in lights still in their boxes, haha. A little tacky...but FUN. :) It's best to walk to see everything because you get to walk thru their yards..even into their backyards. We are planning to go down there sometime this week. Until then, here is a video I found that gives you an idea. There's a reason why they have t-shirts that say "Keep Austin Weird." :D
(be sure your sound is on..the music is great!)
Blessings to you!
"What must our natures be like before God can feel at home within us? He asks nothing but a pure heart and a single mind. He asks no rich paneling, no rugs from the Orient, no art treasures from afar. He desires but sincerity, transparency, humility, and love. He will see to the rest." - A. W. Tozer