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Hot Water Returns!

I won't go into the whole story about our hot water heater again. It would be a repeat from a post back in January. Just suffice it to say Corby got it fixed, and we are living in the land of hot water again!

In between helping him, I got some scrapbooking done today. The first 3 spreads are in a ringed scrapbook - the pages are 8x8.This last page (8.5x11) was made using my new Cricut Expressions. I am still learning all the nuances, but it has some cool techniques you can use, for example - the word "favorite" at the bottom of the page. Just too cool, and too much fun!And in case you can't read his top 10 music choices they are:
1. Nickelback
2. Hinder
3. Saliva
4. Shinedown
5. Trapt
6. Avenged Sevenfold
7. Jeremy Camp
8. Slipknot
9. Five Finger Death Punch
10. Seether

How many of these have you heard of? I like all of them - except I haven't heard Avenged Sevenfold or Five Finger Death Punch (what a name). But I do like that he has one Christian artist in there - Jeremy Camp. He's one of my favorites!


Chris said…
There's actually a band called Saliva? I need to get out more!
Linda J said…
yeah, and they are actually pretty good. I like almost all of the alternative / heavy rock that he likes, but there are a few bands that are TOO metal for me.

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