Saturday, January 01, 2005

Happy New Year!

Here's to 2005 everyone!

This year should be busy and interesting. We have several family birthday milestones to celebrate and it's our 10th anniversary. We were planning on going to Vegas but we just had to go and buy a house so that likely isn't financially feasible. We could always try Harrison again and hope we don't have the flu like 5 years ago.

I am hoping to get a good amount of stitching done this year too. 2004 saw a lot of progress on various projects but no big finishes. I have made a vow to myself to work on some little stuff more this year. Like things that can be turned into fridge magnets, Christmas ornaments etc.

I also hope to finish my current scrapbook by getting the rest of 1993 done. This one I am working backwards chronologically. At some point ( maybe birthday present? ) I need to get a new album from Lisa and start going forwards chronologically from 2002. I will be giving Camp Stillwood a miss this year. Partly for financial reasons and partly due to the somewhat busy February that I can see looming. Lisa get that CM stuff ready, I'm coming over! ( we also gotta corrupt LH too )


See you all over the course of the next year. Should be fun!

Comments:
Yay scrapbooking all the way baby. Hopefully the kit is enroute, I can't wait. We are gonna have so much fun getting you caught up. And don't worry about the stillwood thing I will be trying to do a few of those on my own.
 
Happy new Year to you as well. As for scrapbooking I as well would love to get back into it... I am WAITING for SOMEONE to get my stuff :)...
 
Ya I am so not into your addiction of scrapping. However, I could join you just for the food and chat!

Happy New Year from the sick house.

Andrea
 
Hi, this is Charlene Hampel, I was at stillwood as a cook all season for 2002 and 2003. I have a lot of pics from the camp, and trying to get in touch with some of the people that year. Chek out my facebook or e-mail Sweetladychar@hotmail.com. Cheers
 
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