I hope you've made it over the hump with no need for a tow truck this week. Some areas are getting lots of snow and ice, so mayhaps it was necessary. Be careful out there. We are fine, but we have been getting a staggering amount of rain, which the poor sod cannot handle, so hugs and prayers for all who have been flooded.
I've made you a sunny card to brighten the doldrums! Doesn't that sound like a word I've made up? It snot. It is a colloquial expression for a state of inactivity or stagnation. A word derived from "a belt of calm and light baffling winds north of the equator between the northern and southern trade winds in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans."
Baffling? I normally use that word to mean confuzzling and forget that it also means a light wind that frequently shifts from one point to another. Sort of like your mother's cousin's brother who never could hold down a job.
Hmmm, granny's off the rails again.
All that when all I meant to do was say, "Hello!"
Edited to add (thanks, Bev): The flowers are from Studio Calico, the sediments are from WPlus9, and the wonky stitches are from My Favorite Things.
Here's another example of the same card, with a different sediment:
And that's all we have time for today, kids. I will leave you with this brilliant cartoon which I found on Facebook and which seems to be an appropopo way to finish this post considering the way in which it started!
Enjoy your day! No, seriously, enjoy! LITS!*
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