It is payday here in Paradise. Our pension checks are in the bank and that means time to sit down and pay some bills. I need to learn how to do on-line banking because I absolutely hate to write checks for anything but lovely scrapbook supplies...lol. In a perfect world...right? And speaking of scrapbook supplies, my favorite lss, Ruban Rouge, is having a huge sale. It will be hard waiting until Mama Jayne gets here next Thurs. before I go and shop. I promised I'd take her to RR as she has not been...she will be in scrappers' heaven.
Speaking of Ruban Rouge, my class "Things that touch my Heart" is scheduled for Aug. 11 at ten am. I love living this close to this place but will probably spend my entire check before I leave the store that Sat...lol.
We don't have any big plans for this weekend...float in the pool, grill something yummy, or maybe pick up a couple of movies from Blockbuster for during the afternoon rains.
Got a couple of projects sitting on my worktable, both for Hang Ten Paper Arts. If you haven't seen Di's July project, oooh la la. She previewed it for us at the Hilltop Birthday crop last weekend and the response was fantastic. Her color choices for the summer album are perfect! To see the kit, go to www.hilltopmemories.com and scroll down until you see the Hang Ten logo. Click on it and it will take you to the kits. July should be up today or tomorrow. Di and I have been working on a surprise for September's kit as September is the one year anniversary of our company...we're putting the icing on the top of the cake for sure!
My biker/hiker bridge over the Anclote River is almost done. This is the one I crossed about a month ago on the road and had great fear of making it to the other side. At that time, the work crews had not yet finished the bike path across this very narrow bridge from my house to the Sponge Docks but coming home yesterday, I saw a guy ride his bike all the way across and the guard rails are in place so I can't fall off! I am adding crossing to my list of fun things to do for the weekend. We've got to get E a bike that fits so we can bike together.
Enjoy your Sat., Jules