I’m going to try and cram as much in this post as possible since I’m at 99% capacity here on WP. Decision time as to whether I delete or pay. I’m not leaving though so don’t worry about that – LOL.
When last I posted I showed the prompts for December Reflection. I haven’t been keeping up with that very well. I had a pop-up craft show on the 7th of December and I’ve been working a lot in the studio on special orders and to get the inventory back up. My exploding boxes have been a hit and I’m now making them for Valentine’s Day and will be doing some for other occasions.
I’m getting ready to make my Vision Cards for the year. I think my main focus groups are going to be the same, our house, my health, travel/adventure, relationships, prosperity and my crafty life. We’ll see what I can come up with to help me keep on track. Tonight is the full moon and I’ll be making my dream board as well. Sounds like all I do is have my head in the clouds, huh?
Well, back to earth, this happened…
The San Francisco Giants are using a photo taken of my son and I at one of the games we saw from the #415 section, a new area they made last year that comes with some special perks and giveaways. The hat was the freebie at that game in tribute to Brandon Belt. How exciting is that? My hubby is disappointed because he was supposed to go to that game with me and at the last minute changed his mind. I like to spend time with the kids on a one-on-one sometimes and this was a fun night.
And today I took my daughter into the City to get a COVID test and saw this:
It’s one of the Hearts of San Francisco that I wrote about last year in my A to Z. This one is from the 2004 collection. It was so cool to see it pop up. Driving through the city made me miss the times I went exploring so I may have to work that into my travel/adventures goals for next year.
And with that I’m going to call it a year, folks. I may write one more post during the week between Christmas and New Years but my mom is coming to stay for a few days next week and I want to be able to focus on her so we’ll see. I wish all of you, dear readers, a wonderful Christmas and here’s to a more prosperous and peaceful New Year.