Rain. That's what they said. 'Course they said it was supposed to be 80 yesterday. But with a day overcast until 3:00-ish, that mark can be hard to hit.
Rain. That's what they say. Naturally, it's been stinkin' dry ALL season. Until the day my 4 y.o. is set to head out on a field trip to a farm. A farm 45 minutes away. Farms - where things are grown. In dirt. Dirt that becomes mud when water is added to it. Show me a 4 y.o. (whose shoes are white - I looked for his old ones!) who can avoid a water puddle, let alone a mud puddle. I'm just hoping that the weather-geniuses are once again off - just a little. I'll take the rain. I love it, in fact. We need it. Just not when my white-shoe-wearing, 4 y.o. boy is heading to a possible mud-palooza. It can rain all it wants once those little feet hit the bus steps.
So yesterday on Facebook I posted a layout by Nancy Longo using the Authentique line from the September Bigger than a Breadbox kit. Here, she's used it again and I love that she's used a line that has some "sea" graphics for something that (despite their clothing) has a more winter feel. Actually, I love this color combo for winter layouts! See. . .double-sided papers and thinking in terms of colors and anything is possible.
Did I accomplish my list yesterday. . .only sort of. Why is it while focusing in one area and feeling pretty good about crossing things off your list, you realize you totally spaced out something else?