Friday, 2 May 2008

Friday Ramblings

Is that right? It's Friday? But it was only Monday yesterday. Well, it felt like it anyway. And it's May. Whoa. Almost half way through the year. Ugh!So today I got up really late having not gone to bed til 3am. That seems to be happening a lot lately. But hey it's ok. I got enough sleep and also meant I did some painting and got some work done yesterday.

Looking forward to the Bank Holiday weekend and not working. Steve and I are going to go see my family on Sunday to celebrate my brother's birthday. Well, some of my family. Some are on holiday at the moment but will be back early next week. Either way, looking forward to just relaxing with everyone.

Oh something I wanted to share is that I recently bought "Somerset Digital Studio" from these lovely people, Altered Treasures, and what a beautifully put together magazine special.

So inspiring. I loved seeing lots of different artists and it made a change from seeing the "same ole, same ole" faces you normally see especially in some of the more popular digi scrap and trad scrap magazines. Don't get me wrong, I love all the popular scrappers/artists but it is nice to see something different.

And I loved that this magazine wasn't just layouts but all kinds of art created digitally. Fantastic read.

Ok, what else? Oh yeah. Today's Her Space | My Space photo word prompt is "strings". So the strings in my space are from my hubby's guitar and bass. That's another thing I love about him. He's musical. Actually, I'd say he's an all round very creative person. Oh and did I tell you he writes? Will share about that another day though. Here's my photo of string:


Rach said...

Lovely string shot. Hope you have a great weekend. x

Bambi said...

nice string shot!

Igotmebabe said...

Brilliant string shot Di

Sue Nicholson said...

Firstly I love that your links bring up pop ups rather than take you away from the blog :-) Will be checking out the mag, never seen it before and looks tres interesting :-)

Hope you have a smashing weekend. Family are so important.

Nice angle in the photo Di. I so admire anyone who can play a musical instrument. The fact that they can make all the strange looking notes turn in to a tune is well beyond me!

Right off to see the mag :-)