Yippee, at long last we seem to be germ free (touch wood!). The children are all back at school and have been all week, and Wayne and I are feeling much better too.
It's been a busy week with the children going to their various clubs in the evenings. Lara started Rainbows last night. She thoroughly enjoyed it and is already asking 'how many sleeps until I go again?' That means Wednesday nights are now really busy with karate, scouts and now rainbows although Steven is actually talking about giving up karate. It's a shame - he's been training for four years and now has his purple and white belt, but if he's not enjoying it then I'm not going to make him go. He seems in a real quandary though and reluctant to make the decision. Bless him.
One of my New Years resolutions was to declutter (again!!!) and hopefully make a bit of money in the process. I've started by sorting out my craft cupboard. There is so much in there that I will never, ever, ever use so I've been listing it on eBay. Last night a box of bits and pieces sold for the princely sum of £16! Not bad for a box of stuff that's just been sitting there for a couple of years. I've got some more auctions ending next week and already three of them have bids on them. I'm beginning to see pound signs in front of my eyes. LOL
Last weeks Mojo challenge was to lift a LO by Lee Woodside a very talented Aussie scrapper. I used photos from our annual trip to Norfolk last October. Here are the LOs (Lee's first, mine after)
Don't forget if you join in with the Mojo challenges and submit your LO you could have the chance of winning one of the prizes up for grabs. Go on have a go! Tomorrow we lift a LO from a member of UKScrappers.