Happy Valentines Day, and how I’m a failure as a wife

So I was debating on what to rite, if anything, to commemorate Valentine’s Day.

It’s been a rough morning. I might have texted Jason with a profanity laden diatribe on how much I hate printers and how I’m ready to give up scrapbooking forever. There may have been tears.

But then I got on Facebook and saw this gem, thanks to Stuff Mom Never Told You.


I, of course, immediately took the test, scoring a whopping 19 points. (apparently cussing and red nail polish were not huge hits in the 1930’s). This put me in the category of “Failure”.

Then I tested Jason with the husband’s version. I figured he’d get a higher score than me, but holy cow! He got a 96! (And I was kind of harsh with a couple of things, truthfully he could’ve gotten a 100). Clearly, as his score shows, he is a “Superior” husband.

My lack of children was an obvious detriment to my score, as was my love for garlic and onions. But the things that had me really laughing were the “marital congress” questions. Apparently his ardency is worth twice mine in points!

So on that note, I’ll bid y’all adieu. And Happy Valentine’s Day!

(and please tell me in the comments if you take the test yourself!)

CT news and layouts

I have some cool news to share today! I’m going to be part of the Document Life Workshop ¬† Creative Team! They have some great articles and projects over there, so go check them out. I’ll be posting projects there starting in March.

And here are a couple of CT layouts I’ve done recently.

“Meeting Melissa” was made for the All About Me challenge at Gotta Pixel this month. This has been on my “To Make” list forever, so I’m glad I was finally able to make this one about my sweet friend.

Meeting Melissa web

Power of Two Grab Bag by Mandy King¬†www.gottapixel.net/store/product.php?productid=43779&…
Sense template by Jellebelleke¬†www.gottapixel.net/store/product.php?productid=43408&…
Contrary Mary font

“Love” was made for the Faith Challenge last month at Scrapbook Bytes. I love this quote by Maya Angelou and the colors in the kit really went with the photo. I think it perplexes Jason when I do a LO where the photo and the journaling don’t “match”. But it’s fun for me to do sometimes. And I’ve already scrapped this photo from Oshugatsu in my Project Life, so I’m doubling up. But that’s fine with me too.

love web

Date Night by Inspired by Dominichttp://scrapbookbytes.com/store/digi…ht_bundle.html

Today, I love where I stood

I’m joining in with Alyssa for her 28 Days of Love Project.

I think for right now, I’ll just blog them. But I can definitely see some layout possibilities in the future!

Yesterday’s prompt was “Today I love where I stood”. I take a ridiculous amount of pictures of my feet, so this one was easy.

I love downtown Nashville.


I love the Morikami.


I love the Fall.


I love standing on top of a mountain.


I especially love these feet.


And these.