Monday, June 30, 2014

Where did June Go?

It's June 30th, people.


Where did the month go?

At the beginning of the month, I felt like summer had snuck up on me, and now, here we are at the end of the month, almost half way through the summer vacation months. I'm loving it. I'm also super busy. It's amazing how a 30-minute swim lesson can derail a day or how long it takes to recover from a weekend getaway. I'm not complaining, just being real.

I have been crafting lately. In fact, a couple of weeks ago I attended one of the Ladybug stamper's scrapbook weekend. 48 hours of scrapbooking/crafting bliss. (I did have to sleep, take breaks for the restroom, and spend a few minutes with the family when they came to swim). I'm hoping to post more about that weekend in the upcoming days, but don't count on it. Instead, check out  my friend Ruth's blog for her weekend recap of Camp Crop-a-Lot.

And if you are still reading and interested, here are some of the things I did in June instead of blogging.

1) Took this little booger to swim lesson everyday for two weeks.

2) Went scuba diving in Santa Rosa, NM (yes, you can dive in New Mexico!)

3) Attended the Albuquerque Folk Festival where we listened to some amazing music, played instruments, and learned a little bit of Irish Step Dancing.

4) Went to the library for the Summer Reading Program events and to put on puppet shows.

5) Went hiking with friends.

6) Visited Grandpa in the Four Corners area. 

7) Visited the splash park.

8) Played lots and lots and lots of Legos.

 9)Visited the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History.

10) Baked.....and did science experiments....and got incredibly messy.

So there you have it folks - my excuse for not blogging (for not even posting about the new 2014-2015 Annual Catalog) during the entire month of June.

I do post on my Facebook and Twitter pages a lot more. So make sure to follow me for the latest updates. 

 I hope your summer has been just as adventurous and fun as mine. Here's to July!! 

Happy Stampin' 

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