Life is a mystery at times, and now is one of those times.
Something happened ... in the night ... a mystery
Someone snuck into the bedroom and whilst I was sleeping ... or actually whilst I was not sleeping ... they replaced my nose with a dripping tap.
That wasn't very nice of them now was it!
So the cold I have been fighting for 10 days is here, good and proper.
Still, every cloud has a silver lining and my Mom used to say you had to feed a cold and starve a fever. I have a cold so I had to feed it and it IS Shrove Tuesday so I am sure the pancakes Nigel made will help the cold.
I still can't share the new digital scrapping but there is some gorgeous stuff coming out this week.
I do, however, have this page to share
It is another page to go in the Florida album and was the beautiful aviary at Discovery Cove where I loved feeding the birds.
The paper is gorgeous and doesn't really show up well in the scan. It has lots of gold embossing and I made extra gold embossed flowers and butterflies - and they don't show up well either.
But you get the general idea.
Well I am on a course tomorrow that I can't miss so am off to my bed in the hopes that whoever replaced my nose last night might return and put my real nose back.
Today I am thankful for
- a plentiful supply of tissues