I was supposed to leave early Friday morning for this retreat, but trying to outsmart the weather and get ahead of possible sleet/ice on Friday morning in Central Arkansas, I headed up to Fayetteville Thursday night. Pro: It knocked out 3 hours of my drive. Con: I was away for 3 nights instead of 2. (I'm a major homebody!) It's a little over 4 hours drive for me to go to this scrapbook retreat with my bestie, but totally worth it!! A bunch of scrappers rent a big house on a ranch in the middle of nowhere in Oklahoma. Awesomeness!
Everyone gets their own 6 ft. table and pair up to take care of one meal while there. So Michelle and I did BBQ nachos for one of the lunches. Thank you Big Bear!!! :) Good food, good conversation, time with the best friend, ...winning combinations!
I am SO, so, so happy that Michelle and I are back to finding time to spend together again. Twice a year now we scrap retreat. Priceless time together. Wish we lived closer!!
This retreat I broke my all-time retreat record for pages scrapped! I scrapped 29 pages on Friday and 40 on Saturday for a grand total of 69 pages!! I would've done even more on Sunday but I had to get up and hit the road to avoid YET ANOTHER snow storm and get home before a sleet storm hit at home. :( I didn't even think I would get to my NYC pictures and I finished them all!!! Woohoo!! 69 pages and 5 tape runners = scrap success!
February 20-22 Sky Ranch in Oklahoma