**ADD ALERT - RANDOM THOUGHT**
There's a really weird looking guy on TV right now on a preview for a show called the Chopping Block. If I thought someone that looked like that guy was cooking my food I would scream in restaurants all the time. I'm so scared right now.
**END ADD ALERT - BACK TO STAMPING**
So anyway, I thought that our "steal an hour from me Monday" needed a little black sheep. You guys know I love to stamp the outcasts. Maybe it is all the time I spent in D-Hall as a child.
I did this card for the 2 Sketches 4 You sketch for today. It has the little lamb from the new Doodle Factory Easter Set The paper, which I love, is a combo of the Stampin' Up! Taste of Textiles kraft striped cardstock and the spots from SU! Rockabilly.
It is hard to see, but the card base is black and the tan part opens up. You can see the other sketches on the 2 Sketches 4 You Blog. (Which, by the way, has an adorable header!)
Did you ever spend any time in D-Hall? If so, what for?
Mine was always for either talking or giggling. I remember the very first time I ever got in trouble in school. I was in Mrs. French's preschool - the happiest place on earth. I was four, and the world was either safer or people were smarter, because now OSHA, PETA and the Society for the Protection of People Who Are So Dumb They'd Drown When it Rains would shut this place down. For starters, we had geese and chickens and ducks that shared our playground. Mrs. French gave us warm, just laid eggs to take home and sometimes let us go get them from the nests if we were careful not to scare the birds. Jack the goose bit us fairly regularly, and no one ever sued that sweet woman. It taught us not to screw with a cranky goose, which is something people should have to learn the hard way and not just see in a You Tube video on their Iphone.
Our thermoses had glass liners, which, when abused, shattered into millions of pieces into your milk. Again - don't break your thermos, dummy. No jury award awaits your clumsy little butt. Better find your allowance so you can get another one!
As it should be.
Anyway, so the first time I got in trouble was one day when we had to take a nap. I didn't feel like it, so I started saying silly things to my best friend, Scarlet, who was lying on her little nap mat next to me. This resulted in ME getting a terrible giggle fit, while Scarlet pretended to sleep. So I got completely called out. My biography would just repeat that story for decades. Now you know the entire story of my life. Giggling when I'm supposed to be doing something else. The end.
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