jaye’s spot

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Needed a little scrap therapy

Did a little bit of scrap therapy tonight. Have been feeling a bit out of sorts lately and today was worse, just have some things going on I need to get sorted out. The hard part is some of the 'junk' is beyond my control and the other is something I think is small that I'm just making into something it isn't because of all the other 'junk'. OK am I even making any sense? Just feel like last month I was almost on top of the world and now I'm below sea level..........
I work hard, and give my all but sometimes it feels unappreciated and taken for granted. You know that, 'she's reliable, she can take it' type of thing. Whereas others do something small and get heaps of praise? Hmmm, this is turning into a bitch session and so not what I wanted, lol so I will stop now.

Anyway on a positive note, I have my very first solo kit up for grabs and I am stoked!! It's in the Sunshine Studio Scraps newsletter and the alpha will be following next week. Want a sneak peek (for the two of you that may actually read this dusty old thing)? Here it is!! If you want the alpha get signed up for the newsletter!! I may be offering the kit at a later time here on my blog if you don't catch it this time. I'm also thinking of expanding on my portions of the Wonder Girl collabs and turning them into minikits and putting them up here, we'll see if my confidence remains, lol.

3 comments:

Heather said...

Just wanted you to know you're not alone! And your work is beautiful. My go to things when I'm feeling down - write it out - get it all down on paper and let it go, walk it out, or do something for others (I'll do things like tell the supervisor at Wal mart about an awesome employee - you can bet they don't get much love!) Hang in there. Ebbs and flows.

redheadrev said...

Your kit is beautiful! I hope you expand the others! I was happy to see a kit done just by you in the newsletter! WTG and keep up the good work!

Franziska said...

OMG, I need to check my newsletter again, this is a stunning kit! Keep up the good work!