This last week has been a crazy emotional roller coaster! My husband and I celebrated our 14th anniversary by driving 2 hours away from home for him to have a spinal fusion surgery done. We were both nervous about the surgery. And, to top it off, it was a busy week for me trying to get everything done that I needed to before his surgery and the 5 days I would be spending away from home and my sweet boys while with him until he's ready to come home.
I'm happy to say that his surgery went well and he is now on the long road to recovery. He's still in the hospital, and will be for another couple days, but I've already noticed an improvement in the way he walks! And, he has told me that his nerve pain is better (not gone, but much better) and he has some feeling back in his foot already! Yay! I am trying to be super positive that he will make a full recovery and be good as new in the next few months.
While in Calgary, I visited with my good friend Rose. I enjoyed a wonderful dinner with her and her family and then I got to join her stamp club!!!! I had a blast being the "student" that evening and meeting her club members. They were all so welcoming and sweet! It was wonderful getting to know all of them!
Like I did with my clubs this month, Rose's projects were a mix of retiring product and some sneak peeks of new stuff!
We made a fun box using the retiring Fancy Favor Box. This is a die that I will definitely be missing a lot when it's gone!
We also used some fun new products...a new color (Strawberry Slush), 2 new stamp sets and the super fun new Simply Pressed Clay and the Clay Molds. I made a button!!!! So fun!
We also did 2 cards, but I'm only going to show you one today! I'm saving the other because my clubs are going to make it next month with some super fun new products.
This card uses some of the Spring Catalog products (get them while you can...the Spring Catalog is done at the end of the month!) and a retiring color (Not Quite Navy).
It was a fun evening spent with a great friend...just what I needed!
Have an inspired day!