Our quick trip last week was actually to Tulsa. Jon did some work stuff and I looked at houses. I think we found one but we'll have to see what happens with our house of course. I thought I was going to die as bad as my allergies and subsequent sinus infection was, but I made it, lol!
I'm both really excited to get out of here and a bit sad as well. I only agreed to move here because it was not indefinitely, like I said, we had a 3-5 year deal. I really don't like living in Chicago, mainly because of traffic. I'm really limited to when and where I can get out and about so I'm excited to go somewhere that I don't have to worry about that. It's also going to be a little warmer....hallelujah! I really struggled to find friends when Ian was little but now of course I have some and Ian's in a number of activities so I'm super sad to leave my people and his stuff. His little pre-preschool class is amazing and he loves it so I'm sad he won't be able to do the second session. He can continue his gymnastics class as we go to a franchised place and Tulsa has one, hooray! I will miss his teacher here though! I'm also really sad to leave my gym. I love it (and I'm picky about them given my background) and I LOVE the daycare there and they love Ian. I just hope I can find one equally as good for both of us. And I HATE HATE HATE moving and selling a house and any and everyone related to that, especially now with a toddler and in a place we can't just go down the road and hide and grandma and grandpa's house. So, wish us luck! Anyway, I'm going to try to keep up with keeping the house ready to show, stamping, blogging, and everything else that comes along...but if you don't hear from me I'm probably over in a corner crying, lol!
Onto a project. I totally saw this chocolate rabbit and knew I needed to make him in white, milk, and dark chocolate, hehe!
I heat embossed him on very vanilla with white EP and then clear powder on chocolate chip and early espresso. The embossing really helped to make him look like he was really chocolate. You can see the white one a little better here.
If you stuck with me and read my novel, thanks! And be sure to come back tomorrow as it's time for another Artisan hop!
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