: COMING SOON : Game Cards Everyday by Katie Pertiet
Cloudscapes No 02 paper pack
Shaped Notebook Journalers
Stitched By Anna Brown No 01
Academic Sanded Alpha
Mapmakers paper pack
Folded Up Overlays No 01
Weathered Neutrals Paperie No 02
Doodled Daydreams kit (bird brushes)
Hootie, Travelling Typewriter, Pea Olson

Dad had just pulled the last locked door shut when he realized: all of the keys were in the house -- including the keys to the van we’d just packed for our drive to the airport and our flight to California! That was the bad news. The good news was: we were running early because he’d wanted to stop at the library on the way (only Dad would leave time for the library before a flight ;-)) Anyway, he was seriously panicking, talking of breaking a window, pulling out the ladder and getting ready to climb to the upstairs deck--the lock of which was NEVER giving. He wasn’t really making sense. I realized that he saw himself as in this alone. He wasn‘t hearing our suggestions and thought he had to fix things with no help. At that point, I stopped him & got him to listen & consider the idea you boys had of crawling in a very small basement window.
We picked the one window that wasn’t blocked by appliances or boxes or the fuel tank --the one with a workbench beneath it. There was no way Isaac was letting Josh go alone, & once Josh was in--careful to avoid the circular saw--he caught Isaac & guided him to the bench. The two of you made your way through the darkish basement and upstairs. I LOVE the looks on your faces here, opening the door and inviting us in. You were our heroes on this day.