My morning was spent doing church work. January is a pretty busy month in the church office, as the year end tax reports, W-2's, 1099's, and annual contribution reports are tasks that have to be completed. About 1:30, I came home to work on a swap card for tonight's stamp club meeting. (Results shown above)
Our stamp club meets on the third Monday evening of each month, and Valentine's Day will be a thing of the past when next we meet, so I made a Valentine card. The instructions for making these cute (I think) heart-shaped torsos came from the blog of an extremely talented woman who lives in Australia. If you are interested in seeing how this was done, you can check here. My torsos are not quite as tidy as Valita's work, but I'm happy to say that they were a bit hit with my stamping group.
Today was cool with clouds that met the ground; not a sunbeam to be seen. The foggy mist hung heavy in the air all day. Not quite rain, but almost. A trip of more than a few blocks required the use of windshield wipers.
The next time the sun shines, I'm going to have to air out my car; it smells like the inside of a pizzeria. I was in charge of picking up the lunch for yesterday's annual church meeting. Pizza is traditional. I had a back seat full of boxes of steaming hot pizza for the twelve minutes it took me to drive from the source back to the church. Fogged up my windows, they did.
Still no post on my Nebraska trip since I did not do any work on it today. That's why I'm happy that tomorrow is also a day.