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What a (s)CRAP!

Excuse me for saying this but… I am thinking of taking my scrapbooking to the next level. Or maybe, make a career out of it. Oh, that’s a crap. Of course, I was only joking. But that could be a possibility, right? Why not, I know a lot of people doing it and making it big? But I don’t think I am one of them. I am a “strike-while-the-iron-is-hot” kinda person. And whilst my scrapping disposition is still very much sizzling I might as well strike back and hard.

Here is the thing… I cannot use this blog to share my work here because this is not a scrapbooking blog. So I came up with a scrappy thingy blog where I could post them which happens to be at my friend Vienna's Blogxi. I may not be that good but I am really proud of my new found hobby. And those are reminders that somehow I made myself productive despite of being a stay-at-home wife. Or probably, if I will finally get employed again [hopefully soon], they will remind me that there is one thing I could always do again to divert myself from the routine of work. And that’s not a crap.

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Joy said…
Why would you say 'despite being a stay-at-home wife'? There is nothing wrong with that. People make choices, whether to work outside the home or inside it. And your contribution to your marriage is I'm sure highly valuable and valued!

Many thanks for your visit to A Pinay in England and leaving your comment. Have a fab Saturday and see you back there again!


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Soy said…
I love your scrap stuff. YOu have an artistic eye. You really do! :)

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