Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Fall down - get up - fix your crown

Christmas is over and we had such a great time. Simple, low key but "gemütlich" (comfortable does not really describe it, rather cozy or something in between)

Today, I started writing my classlists, getting my teacher's planner ready - I will be back to work after a year of vacation (aka maternity leave). Since there was no teacher's planner left in the office, I decided to make my own - and make it sparkly. 

The sketch from the Sampler was perfect for the backside of the planner. Simple but effective. 


I have to apologize for the blur - we have had terrible weather for the past few days and this is the best shot I could get using an OTT light and in real life, the ribbon is straight - I even used a ruler!  

The text says: fall down, get up, fix your crown, carry on. 
This is a reminder for me to accept that mistakes will happen...  For me, my job is very, very important - teaching children and young adults is a huge responsibility. So, when a lesson does not go so well (fall down), I will analyze what happened (get up), learn from it (fix my crown) and move on. 

I will leave you with our family photo - I am so happy that I have those two cute kids and my wonderful husband. Now I just have to wait for my Swirlydoos December kit to scrap this photo! 





Thanks for stopping by!
All the best, 
Elisabeth

3 comments:

  1. Lovely planner. What a great idea to use the sketch from the sampler. Love your family photo. Hugs.

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  2. Thank you so much for playing along with the challenge at The Sampler!

    It was such a neat idea to use the sketch on the back of your planner. I'm loving the colors, and your family photo is so sweet!

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