Celebrating the Chaos

Ever tried climbing the walls lately? I think the past weeks have made me an expert.

But I like to call it celebrating the chaos. It sounds so much nicer than freaking out does, doesn’t it? 😆

It’s been a very demanding 3-4 weeks, what with three of my babies sick with pneumonia. Endless trips to the doctor, nebulizing round the clock, too many meds to keep count of… (yep, I totally needed to create an Excel file to keep track of what to give whom when, and here’s proof):


Ahem… it’s also proof of how awful and messy my chicken-scratch penmanship is… so thank goodness for Photoshop Blur! 😆

So I’m so sorry, my friends, if I’ve been missing in action lately. I’ve been missing you too! But you know what happens when real life takes you by the collar, right? You stop whatever it is you’re playing with and you come running. (Ha! Lots of climbing and running, wish it had effects on my body! ROFL).

But I’m back! My boys are on the mend (for good, with no more relapses, I hope!), thanks to all the prayers of all my wonderful friends worldwide. Like I always say, how can heaven not listen when there are pleas from all ends of the earth? 😉

A friend of mine told me something the other day. She said, God’s weakness is in prayer and our strength is in prayer.

I think that’s totally beautiful. God grows all soft when we pray to Him, and we on the other hand gather strength from Him when we pray.


So. I’ve been trying to get back into the swing of things… and I know that I owe you the last set of my friend Lynne’s and my Fall Into Fall freebie collab!

I also know that DSD has come and gone and I totally missed giving out DSD gifts (awwww 😦 ) and to make it up to you, I’ve come up with not one but TWO final parts for the Fall Into Fall freebie! (About time too, as the seasons are quickly changing and Christmas lights are starting to blink all around! 😆 )

So here we go: Fall Into Fall Set 4, the Paper Pack!


These papers coordinate perfectly with the other papers from the previous Fall Into Fall sets. There’s one patterned paper here, and the rest are solids–all highly-textured and grunged a bit. I hope you like them!

Click on the image to download. And thank you so much for the love you leave on my blog!

Now I’m off to bundle up the rest of the elements so I can get them up here too! (PS. Lynne has three more awesome elements to share with you!)

I’ll be back soon, so don’t forget to come back for the elements in this last set of the Fall into Fall Collab freebie!

Have a happy day, my sweeties! 😀

28 thoughts on “Celebrating the Chaos

  1. Oh my goodness! Wow, you have had a very tough time of it! As if that wasn’t enough, then you are kind and generous enough to share your beautiful creations with us!! Thank you ever so much, I love the rich Fall colors!!
    My prayers are with all of you, I do hope the sickness is completely gone! I have to say, that was an ingenious idea to use Excel to keep track of everything! My hat is off to you! God Bless You and get some rest, I am sure you need it!


  2. Sorry to hear about all the sickies at your house. I am glad to hear that your boys are doing better. I have to say, the nurse in me commends you for your organization with the medications. That is so awesome! I love you, my friend! I miss you!


  3. So glad that your “celebrating” has come to an end! I know you are so happy to see the rosy cheeks of your dear boys (NOT caused by fever)! My prayers continue for good health for your whole family (that includes you my dearest friend!).

    Thanks for the goodies!! Love ’em as usual.

    Hugs to you and yours! Love ya to pieces!
    Deb P


  4. Thanks for sharing such awesome papers! The weather here did change from fall to snow within a few days last week, but I’m always so far behind scrapping that it doesn’t matter! So happy that your boys are finally heading the right direction! Happy to add my prayers for your family–it reminds me of our connection! Lots of love to you!


  5. Hope your “sick” season is out of the way for the year — and tht the rest of the winter will be healthy. Thank you for the beautiful papers — as always they are veryy appreciated and used often!!


  6. Yikes! I’m so glad everyone is on the mend. Make sure you take care of yourself, because the captain at the helm needs to stay healthy for the rest of the crew to be too. 🙂

    Your digi creations are so beautiful… I adore the rich colors.



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