Thursday, July 14, 2011


Well tomorrow is TGIF!!!! It is also my 48th B-day. YIKES!!! I am getting old. LOL Well because it feels like being kicked in the shin when the children say you are OLD, I made a layout called OUCH. Cause that is the way I felt when one of my friends kids said you are so old..... So this is what I came up with for a event in my youngest life that was wild. She broke her arm in March when she was 3 by going to the bathroom in the middle of the night and falling asleep on the toilet. She proceed to fall into the bathtub and hit her elbow in just the right place. Well to add to that, 3 1/2 weeks later she thought she could jump like a frog and tried to jump from the couch over the coffee table. Well she missed the mark and hit the edge of the coffee table with her head, so stiches. The to put the icing on the cake she decided that she couldn't jump from the couch to the table, she would try the bed to the floor. Lets just say she didn't see the dresser in front of the bed and jumped to far and landed up against the dresser causing it to fall on her. I was thinking that the hospital was going to call the police and I was going to go to jail for child abuse. I had the same Doctor the casted her arm the first time, do the second cast and he just laughed. My daughter proceeded in telling the Doctor that she was going to be a Dare Devil. Thank goodness she could talk. LOL

Well here is my project:

The true color of the background paper is an Army Green. My camera wouldn't take a good color picture.

I didn't ink any of the items cause it just looked good without the ink.

The Doctors Scrubs almost totally match the background paper.

The items used are Cardstock is all from Picture Perfect, and We R Memory Keeps, Embossable Designs, Ouch. I added nothing else and it was one of the quickest layouts I have ever done.

Well hope you all had a wonderful week and that you weekend will be relaxing and enjoyable.


  1. Hey hi Kathhryn - I am glad I found your blog I don't know if you remember me but back from the days of swaps, they were fun. Love love your strory about your daughter but boy or boy what a ride How all is well with you and your family

  2. OMG!!! And a dare-devil she is!!! LOL! I think if she were my daughter I'd be the one who wouldn't have survived any of those incidences...LOL!!! What a cute story to tell and what a cute layout to go along with it!

  3. Happy Birthday!!!!! I'm going to be 48 in a few months, so I completely understand the whole OUCH factor!! It was made worse on Tuesday when my youngest daughter turned 25...Yes, that's a quarter of a century old, and she's the baby!! Ugh!

    Your layout is sooo cute!! I remember my son laying his head open when he was learning to ride a bike...he had to get stictches. A week later we went back to have them taken out, and then the very next day, we were back again for stitches on his chin...and of course all the same doctors and nurses were there!!! I'm so glad those accident prone days are gone!!!

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  4. Poor girl. This will help her remember her growing pains in a positive way!