Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Year to Shine kit

Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and that everyone is healthy and well.

This kit that I created is for New Year's. Each year when we sit to write our resolutions, we are always trying to think of what we can do to become better people. Whether it be to eat healthier, spend more time with family, become more organized, be a better friend, etc., our goals are always to make us better people.

I came up with a catchy phrase that says, "Two thousand nine is the year to shine!" This kit, called "Year to Shine" is to remind each of us that this is the year we are going to shine! We are going to become better people. Imagine, if every single person on the earth actually tried to become a better person, and followed through with it, wouldn't this world be such a more lovely place to live?

I hope as you think about what you can do to better yourself, that you take a look around you and realize that the things you do will make the world a better place. 2009 is the year to shine!!!

Summer Driggs

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Have a Happy Holidays!

Sorry, no new kit yet. I hope to be able to have time to work on one once I get back from being with family for Christmas. We have a busy next few days. Tomorrow evening will be our get-together with my extended family on my dad's side. Monday is the 2nd year after my mom's passing so me and my siblings and dad will be spending time together. Tuesday is the Eve of Eve party (my friend creatively called it the Christmas Adam Party (because Adam came before Eve!), which is with my family. Then Wednesday night will be Christmas Eve with my husband's family. Then Christmas morning will be at my husband's grandmother's. Then Christmas afternoon will be lunch at my grandparents'. And then we will drive back home to have our own little Christmas. (And 4 days later is mine and my hubby's 10 year anniversary!!!)

YIKES!!!! Such busy times. But you know what? I wouldn't trade it for anything because everything we are doing is continuing traditions and creating memories.

I wish you all a Merry Christmas and hope that you are able to enjoy the winter season. I will be back soon!

Summer Driggs