4 more days…

The countdown has begun.  Four more days until my second daughter move to Alabama to attend Samford University.   My firstborn will also begin her second year at Hardin-Simmons.  They are so excited and so ready.  Me……not there just yet.  Might not ever get there.  I’m so excited for them, and their futures, and all that.  But it is going to be a journey for me.  We have had (and are going to have) a great deal of change around here this fall, and I am eager to see how it all plays out for my family.

I have accepted a new job at The Dwyer Group as an Executive Assistant to one of the Vice Presidents.  I am very excited and ready to start a new phase of life.  I have a projected start date of October 1st.  I couldn’t be happier to have this professional opportunity and the timing is exceptionally wonderful.  I will be able to get the girls situated in college, and attend a few football games.  I want to visit Abilene a time or two to see Allyson’s boyfriend play on the Hardin-Simmons team in addition to some other games that Charles will be officiating.

I will continue with my Stampin’ Up! classes and clubs.  I do not plan on making any changes to my life as a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.  Please rest assured that I love my job with Stampin’ Up! and I can’t imagine my life without Stampin’ Up! in it!  Here’s another sample that I created for the Convention Display Boards.   I haven’t had a chance to show you all of them, so I’m pulling them out to show you this week and next week.  Once I get back from Alabama, I’ll start working on new projects and CLUB PROJECTS.  I hope that you will let me know if you want to join our Stampin’ Club.  We’d love to have you!  I need two more club members to complete our groups!  How about joining the fun ONCE a month?

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One Comment

  1. Good afternoon,

    I would like to attend part 2 of the faith blocks class. Vernell may have already told you.

    I was trying to figure out what color we used to “antique” the paper. Was it crumb cake?

    Thanks, Peggy

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