This year we will be going to Panama for 3 months.
We leave on January 4.
Packing my clothes isn't a problem.
I will take a few cotton dresses, sleeveless tops, shorts,
a couple of skirts, several bathing suits, a cover up, and a light cotton sweater.
Throw in 2 pairs of Croc flip flops, my Merrill walking shoes,
a pair of runners and
I am all set.
My dilemma is what crafts to take!
This year I am going to mix it up a bit, I am taking more journalling supplies, watercolours,
fine tipped colored pens and pencil crayons.
I will take along my crochet hooks, beads and cotton thread.
I am in the process of laying it all out to be what best suits my needs.
Taking the items I know I can't get there.
My journals are taking shape, I plan to alter the covers of my Moleskin ones
and have found several inspiring ones on Pinterest
that have caught my fancy.
Here is what I have done so far.
I am going to sew the postcard onto the cover.
These are a few of the wonderful journals from
that I love.
My new IPad Air 2 is lightening fast.
I love this amazing technology.
The world is in your hands,
friends and family to keep in touch with
at the push of the
FaceTime, or Message button.
Video's of Claire, Alexander and little Myla
in my inbox to see their latest
Messaging, sharing photos, music, recipes and books.
My new skin is bright and colourful,
it will always be easy to find.
Thanks Jimmy for making those extra
trips to the
in San Tan Market so I could decide which
one was the best choice for me.
Trading my older Ipad in to upgrade to this
was a good choice.
I am one of 7 children.
I have 4 brothers and 2 sisters.
4 of them still live in Bull River where we all grew up.
We try to get together once a year.
all our nephews and nieces are getting married.
Makes it easy for the three of us who have moved away to come back home.
I am always the one that tries to get photos of us
As you can probably tell by my hair do,
these were not taken in the same year!
I love old wooden bowls,
the meals that must of been made in them,
the tactile feel of the bowls
in my hands.
Stacked on a counter,
filled with produce or just left empty,
they bring warmth into our