Monday, November 02, 2009

Day 1 of Blogging for Scrapbookers

Today is day one of Shimelle's new scrapbooking class. I think I will be going the short version of the prompts to start with. I hope to beginning blogging more. I think it is important for me to record my life. The time is going by so fast. I just can't keep up with it anyone. It is always more fun to scrap about things that I remember clearly. Though, I have joined several classes with good intentionsl. I just I can't seem to complete them. Soon my grandbaby will be here and I will have even less time to keep up with my world.

Another note, I have to take a half day tomorrow. My blood tests came back and they weren't good. They won't tell me what is exactly wrong yet. At least the mammogram hasn't made itself heard yet.

I am going to check out everyone else's blog and maybe get motivated to do more later. Right now I am worried about the test results....

10 comments:

Julie Marie said...

Sending prayers & positive thoughts your way

ScrappingMomof3 said...

saying a prayer for you about your results. hang in there. waving hi from shimelle's class ~april

Julie said...

I will be hoping for nothing but good news on your bloodwork!

Totally Rawkin Designs said...

Praying for your healing Kim

KarenS said...

Good luck to you, Kim. I hope everything turns out o.k.!

Beverly said...

Like you, I'm hoping to stick with the daily prompts. They say 21 days makes a habit, so maybe it'll happen this time! Just think ... maybe your grandchild will make you want to tell the stories more? Good luck with the test results!

Annie said...

I think doing the short version is a great idea, and then anything extra you do is a bonus. Hope your results come back swiftly, so you can stop worrying.

Annie

Sharyn said...

Good luck with Shimelle's class :)

Elizabeth said...

Just stopping by from Shimelle's class to say hi. Hope the results from your blood test are not too disappointing.

Marcy said...

May the God of all hope and the Great Physician give you peace as you await the results. Scrap, rest, and dream of that sweet grandbaby!