It’s been up since Monday but I haven’t got the chance to post it here on my blog.
So, here’s what I did for Catalyst Twenty-Five, a layout of me and my mum, my first actually.
I have also used the Magistical Memories all new Swirl Silhoutte chipboard which I distressed and embellished it with crystals.
I’ve been out of my scrapping mode for a couple of weeks now and my mojo never really come back. So, am I worried that I’ve lost touch?
No. I want to be able to enjoy scrapping, not stress about not being able to produce anything within a time frame. I don’t want to feel pressured at all if I could make something people would go ‘ooohhh’ and ‘aaahhh’. Seriously, I still love scrapping very much. But of late, my work has taken a toll on my well-being and I’ve never felt so exhausted for a long time. So, I’m going to just take it easy and when my workload has lessen, I’ll have more time to scrap, I hope.
I got home late last night and I’m barely home for 24 hours, I am packing my bag again. I’ll be leaving tomorrow noon for the Philippines and will be away until Wednesday.
The hubby just asked me if I’m happy with my job. And I said, I do and he said that is what matters most. He always say I have to love what I’m doing and not for the sake of doing it. I strongly agree with him. And I’ve been really blessed to have a partner like him who fully support my choice of career. Who in the world (I mean my world :)) would tolerate his wife being away so much from home especially when there’s a child in the family?
He did, and without a single complaint since I started this job 6 months ago. He’s an amazing man, isn’t he? Hard to believe? It’s true. Only my family and good friends understand what a fine man he is.
Anyway, I’m still working on my report at this hour. Are you shocked that I’m working on a Saturday night?? LOL! LOL! Don’t be. I’m getting used to it now.
I hope you’re having a great weekend with your family and thank you again for always making time to pop in and leaving me such wonderful messages. You just don’t know how much this means to me.