Finals are driving me absolutely crazy! I think I am done with everything and just have to turn it in tomorrow. Today’s challenge is NOT to look at the projects because I will try and change them. Then I am in real trouble. To keep my mind off of this, I will be keeping myself VERY VERY busy between now and 12:45pm PST tomorrow. Today I am focusing on finishing up my Christmas decorations, seeing a client (did I mention I was a massage therapist too?), finishing addressing Christmas cards and having fun with my Picture the Holidays prompt. What is it? Well, you’ll just have to wait till tomorrow to see what I kept myself busy with today. But, in all fairness, I will share yesterdays prompt and photo.
Ever since I was a kid, I have had an obsession with Swedish Angel chimes. They are so simple and so beautiful. When I got older and my mom no longer had ours, I went searching everywhere for them. I found an abundance of German pyramids but no Swedish Angel Chimes . I was overjoyed when I found them! Every year at Christmas, these are some of my favorite decorations. I love listening the delicate chiming. When I got my assignment for the 13 and it was Simply Divine, I thought I would drive to my church, the Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano. Alas, my projects for school kept me glued to my computer. What could I use then? I have a beautiful cross collection on my wall. That could work. Or how about my angel chimes? I have always thought of the chimes as ringing in the Savior’s birth. That is divine, right? And my favorite picture of me as a child at Christmas is with angel chimes. Why not? Here is my interpretation of Simply Divine.