That's what I felt like last night. Except the "them" was really "it", and I was referring to the rain. Three of my close girlfriends and I went to an outdoor concert venue last night to see the Indigo Girls. We packed a picnic and brought some wine. The only glitch in our plan was Mother Nature, who decided to grace us with yet another thunderstorm (we've been having a lot of rain here lately!). At 9pm, right around the time that the opening act ended and the Indigo Girls were coming on, it started to rain. And rain. And rain some more. Pretty much through the entire show, lol. Some people took cover under the very small cover near the restrooms, some people actually took cover inside the restrooms, some stayed on the lawn and watched under their umbrellas, and some people actually left the concert altogether. We chose a different option and decided to just go with it, and we stayed right where we were and danced in the rain. The situation turned from one where I was slightly annoyed at first over being soaking wet to having the time of my life. I mean, really, when was the last time I danced in the rain? Granted, my memory isn't the sharpest (one of the reasons I scrapbook, lol), but I don't know that i've actually ever danced in the rain before (now running in it is a different story, hehea). Last night reminded me that sometimes I have to stop thinking so much and just do. At this stage in my life, i'm so wrapped up in being a mommy to two of the most wonderful little people in the world. My responsibilities tend to drive my day to day life. But sometimes it feels really good to let my hair down and just focus on me. Last night was one of those nights, and I think we all need moments like that! It was a very wet hour-long drive home, but that warm shower at 1am last night felt darn good ;-)
I have a new Fancy Pants layout to share, and I had fun playing around with some of my stamps from the Delight line. I love stamps and tend to be quite the collector of them, lol, but I don't use them nearly as much as I could. I'm trying to break them out more often as they're so versatile!
I used watermark ink on the wing stamps, stamped two wings and covered them with UTEE. I then added some glitter to shine them up a bit.
To grunge up my chip arrow, I first added two different colors of ink and then used the dotted border stamp on top of it... love how the arrows turned out.
This layout shows my typical chloe with her ever-changing moods ;-) Oh, and those letter stickers are from the brand new Kraft Kuts Girl line - I loooove them!
Hope you are all having a great week!