This is a Valentine that I made for Alana. I made David one too. There wasn’t much to his though. I found a quote and I wrote it in calligraphy on a card with some hearts. I thought it was a beautiful quote and being that it was straight forward and not as dramatic as most cards seem to be, I thought he’d get it and appreciate the fact that it wasn’t mushy. I think he liked it. (I still don’t think he got it though) and Alana loved hers.
I had planned some time back to do some candy ACEO’s for Valentine’s Day. But my two Valentine’s Day cards were about it. I was sick for about a week and I thought I may have gotten a stomach virus, but there were two obvious symptoms that I won’t name that you could probably guess that I didn’t have. I was just weak and nauseous and I couldn’t eat. But it left as mysterious as it came. I don’t know what it was. I thought when you quit smoking this new healthy and energetic person would emerge, but heck, I have been sick ever since with something and I am pretty sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. I told David if it kept on I was going to start back.
Last week I switched gears and did a lot of beading that I will probably post tomorrow. It’s a nice change from drawing. I think it’s good to have more that one hobby even though it isn’t too good for your pocketbook.
Well, the dryer is buzzing. So that’s a little clue of what is in store for me today. Oh, Joy!
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Very pretty card! DO NOT START SMOKING AGAIN! Maybe taking some vitamins would help with your energy – not as many as I take, just a good multi-vitamin. Hope David’s back is getting better.