I finished this card about a week ago, but needed to write about "The epistemological differences between Qualitative and Quantitative research with focus on the purposes and types of statements in each of the research approaches". Now that my commentary is done, I can post this. Phew!
I'm pulling a lot of random things together from the piles on my desk. It's good because my desk is getting cleaned up, which makes me happy, I'm using up older supplies, which makes me happy, and I'm giving myself an opportunity to process all the information I'm pouring into my brain, which makes me happy. It's all good, I think!
I haven't done many cute images lately, so this darling image was a nice change of pace. I've learned that grown up people like grown up cards, but my kids love the cute cards to give to their friends. It's good to have a balance - my mantra for almost everything!
Panda, our foster tripod gets groomed tomorrow for the first time ever, so I'm really looking forward to it!! I have no doubt he'll love it because he's itchy, his wound is itchy as it heals, he's got gross stuff in his fur and he's oily. His coat will be gorgeous once the mats and gunk are gone, and he's going to love the straight up full body scratch he'll get. And it'll be so much nicer to massage him after he's cleaned up.
Thanks for coming by today.
stamps;digital image (a day for daisies), sentiment - vintage labels (SU!)
ink; slate adirondack (ranger)
paper; hazel (my mind's eye), canvas white, ash (bazzill), x-press it (copic)
accessories; lg long classic rectangle (spellbinders), silver painty pen (zig), tag punch, silver cord (SU!), silver bells dew drops (the robin's nest), white ribbon (offray), Y00, 21, 23, 26, BG10, 13, 18, BV0000, 000, 00, 02, 04, G21, 40, 46, 82, B0000, 000, 00, 01, colorless blender