But I do have one that is.
So we are lucky enough to have one of my favorite people on earth as a Splitcoast Gallery Moderator and challenge hostess - Sabrina, a.k.a. Cook22. (Check out her awesome tutorial for the Inkling this week here.)
Not only is she incredibly talented as an artist, but she has a sweet, gentle spirit, a great sense of humor, and she's from Ireland - what's not to love?
Well, a year or so ago, I friended her on Facebook.
I was delighted to find her there, and couldn't wait to peek in on her beautiful photography - one of her many talents in my daily perusal.
In the first month or two, I was sort of shocked by some of her posts. Most were funny, lighthearted, but some were things I wouldn't expect from her - and littered with profanity. As time went on, they got worse and worse. I wanted to ask her about it, but obviously that would be weird. I mean, would I say "Wow - you seem so ladylike in real life but your cursing like a longshoreman on Facebook is alarming?" How would that go?
So finally, one day, suspecting the truth, I just innocently asked - "Hey - are you on Facebook?"
Um no. Of course she's not.
BWAHAHAHAHAHA! I laughed so hard and instantly unfriended the vulgar imposter!! Completely hilarious. Also, I guess some names are more common in Ireland than I thought they were. Tee hee.
So she might be far away, but we can definitely share a good laugh over that. :)
Stamps: Feel Goods Paper: Whisper White, Midnight Muse Ink: Midnight Muse
Accessories: Stampin' Pastels, White Gel Pen
Now remember my glowing lights on the Christmas Tree tag I did for our first Challenge Chicks post?
Well I thought that technique would be fun for glowing skyscraper windows on an "I miss you" type card. I tried to figure out why I always associate city images with the "I miss you" sentiment and I decided it's because I find big cities lonely. I love them, but they feel lonely. Too many people and not enough friends.
So I whipped up a quick little video for you to show you how easy this is to do. I hope you enjoy it.