Then on Thursday morning, off to the veterinary hospital for our Rosie's ear surgery. It was scheduled to take at least 4 hours. The surgeon called late in the afternoon to say that all went well and we could see her later during visiting hours. She looked so well, considering what she had just been through and she was totally doped up! Friday morning we got the call we've been waiting for, Rosie had a very good night and looked well enough to be discharged. We raced over and brought her home. Yay!
I still have a mountain of chores to get through...plus all of Rosie's meds to chart, schedule and execute so that nothing is missed during these next few days of madness! Without further blah-blah, here's my card:
|The papers are from KaiserKraft's "Christmas Tradition" paper collection. The stamp is from Chocolate Baroque's "Stained Glass Christmas" stamp set. It's not obvious in the pic, but I've got 3 purple blings down at the right hand corner.|
|View from the side. I matted the image on some old gold CS and popped it up on some foam tape. I don't know why but my old gold looks more like bronze or rust.|
|Inside I used a sentiment from WMS Compact Sentiments and stamped it in Memento Elderberry. I love this sentiment because very often we get caught up in the materiality of Christmas that we fail to feel it in our hearts.|
The sketch for this card came from Tuesday Morning Sketches #177. It's their last for this year and I'm determined not to miss it! I'm also playing along with Top Tip Tuesday #92 "Anything Christmas"; Just Add Ink #148 "Just Add Christmas"; WordArt Wednesday #59 "Glory to God/Anything Goes" because God's light never goes out and Play Date Cafe #162 "Gold, Teal Mint & Lavender".
That's all from me today. I'm going to see a man about a "bird". (Yes, I forgot to pre-order mine!) Then see to my little Rosie's meds and then....oh the list goes on. I wish you all a peaceful Christmas. I'll be back before the big day... I hope! Thanks for stopping by today. I'll leave you with a picture of our Rosie.