in four hours. Man I wish I would go to bed. I’m headed to Utah to teach a fun class at the Scrapbook USA Expo on Saturday — which btw is National Scrapbook Day. If you’re close come by and say hi. My sister Darci is helping me teach, and we’ll be in the center courtyard area with All My Memories. My class is totally free. In fact, it is a sneak preview of an upcoming week in my Library of Memories class at Big Picture Scrapbooking — YEAH — I am finally ready to launch this class, and I so appreciate your patience with me. I’m pretty excited — Paula, Kayce and I have worked on some cool new features and little surprises along the way. You’ll be able to learn much more on Saturday at BPS/Take Classes. Speaking of new classes, you simply must go now, and see who the newest teacher is and what cool thing she is doing. In fact, be the first to post it here and I’ll send you whichever one you want!
So, I am taking my husband to Utah — not to the show/class but just for a weekend away. His 40th birthday is just around the corner and I have something up my sleeve that he knows nothing about — pretty sure he doesn’t read my blog, so I’m clear.
I get to see my Simple team too, including Cathy Z who is in town — that rocks. Will be bringing my Clean and Simple, The Sequel so she can write "To Stacy my best friend in the whole world, Love, Cathy" — doesn’t that sound good? We are colaborating on an article for the November/December issue and we get to take some fun pics together! Which, wouldn’t you think if you were having your picture taken for a magazine you’d want to make an attempt at some beauty sleep? But no, here I sit wrapping up as many loose ends as possible, and writing out 40 little love notes for the hubby.
I have so much more to blog about and post and I will. I the meantime, check out my pillow inspiration for my music/memory room.
Our house is actually getting pretty close — they will be painting while we are gone — this means I’ve got to get busy making happen all that I’ve been mentally planning for months.
I’ve got my pacuter [that's how Taft says computer and since he's my youngest I'm not really into correcting him] and my camera — making plans to post on the road.