I remember my one of my first real High School Assemblies like it was yesterday (and it was a long, long, long time ago). It was Homecoming, the lights were turned down low, and they had recreated a magical scene complete with giant arches, a throne area, tissue paper/chicken wire grass, giant mushrooms, and a lighted gazebo. Dry ice set a misty look to the ground when the Homecoming court and Queen came out, and they played one of my favorite songs of all time: Morning has broken. I get chill bumps just thinking about how pretty it looked and how I felt; I felt like anything was possible (hey, if you could turn our HS gym into a magical kingdom over night, then anything was possible).
At DRS Designs, our theme this week is "Cause A Scene" - create a scene on your card. I created a morning has broken kind of scene with some sponges, a sticky note, ink, and some great DRS Designs images.
I sponged on some old olive and crumb cake on the bottom and stamped Sea Grass about three times in both colors. I sponged my sky with soft sky and salty ocean (using a sticky note circle for my sun). I used the Every Day A Miracle Greeting over my sun.
Every day does hold a miracle!!!!! I believe this in every way but yesterday I believed it in every fiber as I witnessed my first baby have her first baby! Yay!!! Lewis Alexander Smith has arrived finally and everyone is doing wonderfully. Here are a few pictures:
Isn't he sweet? Don't the parents look sweet too? I am so proud of my little girl, her sweet husband and this adorable little one.