Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Here he comes and there he goes again....

You know, just when I think that I am going to spend some much missed and greatly needed quality time, face to face with my husband, they send him off to the boonies.

Trevor came home and all of us couldn't be happier. We all had some much needed hugs and just general hanging out together. Trevor missed the comforts of home and Jake and Imissed the comforts of having Trevor here. We basked in the warmth of the homecoming.

And yes, tonight we were looking forward to just hanging out, yet again. We just got our first snow and the roads have their first sheet of ice, so why venture anywhere? Well, because there is a job in Pincher Creek. And so Trevor is gone again. Grr.

*Shaking fist angrily in the air*
"Dang that oil patch!"

Oh, well. I knew what I was getting into when we first started dating, so I suppose this oil widow better suck it up!

For what it is worth, with my time alone, I got another page done, but this is just because the moment swayed me.

Patterned Paper: Daisy D's Autumn Collection in Samarkand (background), Feuillage (Bird) and Ledger (Journaling and title background), Scenic Route in Capetown Main Street
Diecuts: Daisy D’s Autumn Collection (title and top right of photo
Transparency Overlay: White Graph and orange journaling spot by Hambly Studios
Felt Flowers: We R Memory Keepers
Ribbon: Elysee by Prima Marketing
Stamps: Rhonna Farrar for Autumn Leaves (Bird and flourish)
Metallic Foils: Stix2
Paint and Ink: Paint Dauber in Aqua by Ranger Industries and Jet Black Staz On by Tsukineiko
Brad Nails: Making Memories Buttons: Craft Supply Pens: Souffle Pens by Sakura

So I'll pour on the sentimental, sappy cheese, but I am lovin' on my hubby. He makes me happy.



Anam_Kihaku said...

that layout rocks. hugsont he work thing - currently going through thAT too.

Trisha Ladouceur said...

Rocking layout girlie. Bummer about Trevor having to leave again but on the brightside... more scraptime, GUILTFREE!!! (You gotta always try to find the good in the bad, kwim?)

See you tomorrow!