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Same old Crap!

Not much going on here to blog about. I am soooo bored!! I thought I would love being at home...but I don't! I thought I would scrap and just have so much fun during the day while ds was in school. Well...none of that is happening! I have been cross stitching and watching my soaps...but even they are getting boring. I want to scrapbook but I just cannot bring myself to doing it. I have had a LO on my table,started for a while now and I just have no desire to go in there and work on it. What is wrong with me?? I am guessing that I need some new inspiration...where to find it? I did start reading a book today called 90 Minutes in Heaven by Don Piper and Cecil Murphey. My mom got the book for Christmas and loved it and she passed it on to me. I think I am only 20 pages into it but it seems like a really good book. (I'll let you know when I am finished!) So...any one have any ideas to get my creative juices flowing again?? Leave me a comment with your ideas...please!

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  1. Hey Darl I so know how you feel LOL!!! Make you a deal.. I will send you some pics of Indi if you actaully scrap them..

    I will send you 8 in total and you have to do a double page layout of them. If you like I will send you some of Indi and I LOL!!! What you think you up for the challenge.

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  2. Hey Nik...send them my way!! I would LOVE to do some girl pages...I think I am tired of BOY pages!

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