This is my take on the Daily Dose inanimate object challenge.
I’ve often said I don’t need “things” to remember people by. I think of people, past and present from the daily things that occur in my life. My aunt Kathy sold Mary Kay. When I put my makeup on I always think of her. When I pick up the book that I’m reading I think of my friend who recommended I read it. I have a permanent “love scratch” on my wrist that makes me smile when I picture a certain nephew’s grinning face dragging me off to show me something that was “really cool”. Certain garden foods always remind me of my summer visits to my pawpaw’s place and a heavy accent will bring my nonna’s face to mind every time. My mom I think of daily. She showed me how the foaming soaps clean glasses better than anything on the market for eyewear. Now, I start every day thinking of her. I was a pack-rat growing up, saving everything so that I would remember people. I don’t have but a few of those things anymore and I don’t need them. My family and friends are with me daily because of the things they’ve done not the things they gave.
All Done Up Frames No. 04
Chunky Chipboard Alphabet: Orange
Stamped Blocks No. 12 Brushes and Stamps
Rob and Bob:
Modern Nature: Dragonfly Paper Pack
HandMade Paperie No. 01
ArtPlay Palette Mini Kit No. 04
More Mad Digital Skills (lessons on embossing and paper designs with shapes)
Thank you Cassie and Pattie for you help with my disgruntled PSE.