Serious Blogging/Bullet Journaling

So I know I have not been blogging as much as I have planned. However, that is about to change. Tomorrow on March 1st I will be participating on a 31-Day Blogging Challenge. Hopefully this will get me more in the habit of blogging and it will also let you know more about me. So I hope you enjoy it.

Now onto Bullet Journaling . This past weekend my cousin came in from Northern Indiana to visit and brought her sister-in-law with her. They are both crafty people. I had been looking at Bullet Journals for a long time trying to decide on how to make one. Well low and behold, they had been doing one for some time now. Showing me different ways to set mine up and sharing a few supplies with me, I started mine and now I am hooked.

How many of you have a Bullet Journal?  I love it because it feels like scrap-booking but I can use it everyday and everything I need is in there. If you want more info on how to do one go to Pinterest and check out all the layouts and ideas and just start one. You will love it.

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I haven’t ¬†forgotten about blogging

The past two weeks have been crazy. First part my family was in and we were busy with them. Plus we just found out that anytime we will be able to move so we are working on that, and a last note and a sad one; tomorrow we say goodbye to a friend that passed away this weekend. 

Sometimes life can surprise you and leave you feeling overwhelmed. Anything  tied to life and death weighs on my mind. Something I might not have mentioned  in earlier posts but my mother is in kidney  faliure. She’s had two transplants  and is not a candidate  for dialysis plus  a third transplant is not an option either, and while science and God gave my mother 23 years longer on this earth I still mourn what’s to come with her when I hear of someone dying. We are 16 years apart and aside from my husband, my parents are my best friends and to think of losing her takes my breath away. 

Again I apologize for the absence, promise my next post will be more upbeat next time. God bless you  all.