What's Peek of the Week, you ask? It's our regular Friday feature and it's all about you! I want to hear (and share with my readers) what wowed you this week. It could be a cool finished project, a work in progress, a personal accomplishment, a cute kid moment, or something that surprised you.
If we could peek into your week - what would you want to show us?
Each week I'll share my own Peek of the Week to get the ball rolling, and invite you to link to your blog post about your Peek of the Week. I know y'all are up to cool stuff - we wanna see it!
Ok, I'll start.
I've been having so much fun with LabelBox - the photo labeling app. I ended up with a nice little collection of silly holiday photos, some of which would make dope holiday cards.
Here's the full line:
And this one's not exactly holiday-themed, but remarkable, none the less.
Now it's your turn.
You could get peeking in three easy steps: 1. Blog about your Peek of the Week - whatever it is. Whatever happened that made you proud, laugh, smile, inspired, excited, or just plain happy - now that's worth sharing. 2. Include a link to this blog or put the Peek of the Week button (on the sidebar) in your post. 3. Link your blog post using the InLinkz button below.
If you don't get a chance to get here on Friday, feel free to link your post up later. The InLinkz button will be active for 5 days.
It's time for a monumental shift of focus. I'm not sure you know this but Christmas Eve is day after tomorrow. And the day after that is Christmas.
I had to put some Christmassy projects on the back burner in deference to the ol' J-O-B.
This rarely gets mentioned on this blog, but I do have a day job. In fact, I can't think of anytime I have mentioned it before. I guess, in this my 398th post, it's time to embrace it.
I have a job.
I am Communication Coordinator for the church where my husband is a minister. So I do their newsletter, website, bulletins, and weekly email communication. Most of it I do from home but some of it requires me to be in the office. And Hazel is my office mate.
Christmas is like the April 15th of church work, so the j-o-b has taken over my focus for a bit. But yesterday I wrapped up work on, and printed, 8 (8!) service bulletins for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, 2 newsletters and a calender for January.
So last night when I got home I began a monumental shift of focus to all things Christmas. There are projects to be sewn, crafts to be crafted, presents to be wrapped and stockings to be filled.
And three wee days to do it in.
So it's go-time people. There are 6 fresh inches of snow on the ground and no good conceivable reason to get out of our pjs and leave the house. This day is a crafty gift.
So, get thee to the sewing loft and sew, craft, wrap!