So it's finally Friday and we are in the last few days of February. Next week starts March and I cannot wait for spring to get here. It's been a long, cold, depressing, snowy winter and I'm so over it all. As it's going to be cold and wet this weekend, I believe I will stay home (again) and work on the following goals:
1. finally get the remains of nail polish off my nails and repaint. 2. work on some cards to send to my sister, Gina, as her supply is running out 3. work on a baby boy album for my sister's co-worker who became a grandparent
So today I made it a point to get out of the the house, yay me. Carol and I had an appointment at Blossoms in Astoria for a spa mani/spa pedi and massage. Now, I'm usually not into doing a massage at a nail salon, but I've been going to Blossoms for almost a year and like the atmosphere there. They were able to put us in the same room w/ a curtain in between for the massages. The massage was decent for a nail place and they ended it using hot stones which was really good. Then we sat next to each other and had spa pedicures that involved honey. I have to say, my hands and feet are soooooo incredibly smooth and soft, it was totally worth it. Afterwards we went to L'artiste for egg cassaroles. today was good day :)
While NY has been getting slammed with one snow storm after another, I've been trying hard to keep my sanity this winter. In order not to eat my way back up the 25lbs I lost over the fall, I've been keeping myself extremely busy crafting every night.
This week I've worked on two projects so far. Both were inspired by Drew Scott from ScrappyHappiness and Laura from Follow The Paper Trail. The first mini album is an envelope album where I can put all my concert tickets in the envelope and a picture from the concert on the page.