Most of my memories from France are full of rain. The day we spent at Versailles wasn't much different. It alternated between being cold and rainy, and then the sun would come out briefly making us hot enough to take off our coats, for about 5 minutes. That's how we explored the beautiful gardens around the palace.
To continue with our blog trip around Jordan (see the first stop here), the next stop is the Dead Sea.
Located at the lowest place on Earth, 1,388 ft (423 meters) below sea level, it's one of the saltiest bodies of water on the planet. This means that the water is extra buoyant and the mineral rich mud is good for your skin. Floating in the water is one of the more unique experiences I've had. Moving around is really difficult. You can kind of walk around without your feet touching anything, although trying to keep you feet underneath you instead of bobbing up to the surface is a challenge.
Do you have any special Valentine's plans? Mine will hopefully involve chocolate. Last night we rewatched the movie Moonrise Kingdom, which I think is one of my favorite movies ever. A great love story. We also watched Fantastic Mr. Fox as the two movies seem to be a pair, at least in my mind.
I have a great Valentine's bundle for you, complete with lots of glitter and lots of hearts. The glitter kit seems to have been deemed too beautiful by the site and is currently being hidden, but hopefully it will show up at some point. Here are a few layouts I made of the Valentine's in my life:
I've just added three little brush kits, for the music fans out there. I pulled the images from some old documents, so they aren't super crisp, but for a vintage/distressed look they are perfect! The third set has the longest continuous snippets, while the first 2 have smaller bits. I've also added a new Facebook freebie if you'd like to test them out first.
Pixel Scrapper Blog
I love digital scrapbooking. I also love to read and bake cookies. Especially while drinking tea. I've lived around the world, and love to travel, which is usually the theme of most of my scrapping projects.