Sunday, July 13, 2008

A bit of a sunday share!

I love school holidays. Sleeping in. Reading. A few glasses of wine. Dealing with my own kids, and NOT everyone else's. The only thing I don't like about them is that they are so short. Ho hum. We are already halfway through them!
Today is a pretty exciting day - for christmas last year, we got Kieran a voucher for a session in a flight simulator at Flight Experience Darling Harbour. Today is the day! Man, they are hard to book into - they're so busy! The only downside is Dennis can't get off work until 3.30 - Kieran's appointment is 5.30. I was hoping we'd get into the city heaps earlier, and spend some time wandering around, but no, we'll probably just get there in time, with all the expected pilgrim delays! Dennis and I get to be his passengers, so I've got the batteries all charged up! Kierna wants to be a fighter pilot, so he's been hanging for today to get here.
I've been scrapping heaps these holidays! Here are a few of the layouts I've done over the past week. For the last few weeks I was making thankyou cards for Nan to send out after Pa's funeral. (Note to self: get a cuttlebug of your own before you give this one back to Tracey!) I've had fun, pulling out some older products I've had laying around for a while and scrapping just for the fun of it.





A few of these were for the Scraptherapy CC last weekend, and the (Im)perfect one was from Bon's blind scrap - thanks Bon! I've done more this weekend, but I'll upload those next time. K, I'd better go and figure out the best parking for Darling Harbour ... eep! Cya all later!

3 comments:

Deanne Stewart-Mills said...

fabulous creations Tamara. Enjoy the ride!!
Deanne
xx

Alice said...

How gorgeous are these pages Tamara!!!!! WOW!

Jolene Pienaar said...

Hiya PT, thanks for dropping by my blog!! We are having mega fun with the remote control, took one BIG family photo this weekend past and was good to actually have everyone in there haha.
I use a Nikon D70 camera, but the remote was a no-brand one and I think it would work on other brands as well? Woohooo for the digital SLR, you will enjoy it ;)