Monday, August 14, 2017

Welcome Stampin' Friends!
I fellow demonstrator posted this on a Stampin' Up Demonstrator Facebook page. Her daughter, also a demonstrator, gave it to her when she signed up to be a demo. With her permission to share, I looked it up and the author is unknown, but I had to share!

Ode To My Wife, The Stamper
Author Unknown
She learned to stamp on Monday
Her embossing was quite fine.
She forgot to set out dinner,
So we went out to dine.
She brayerd backgrounds Tuesday
She says they are a must.
They really were quite lovely
But she forgot to dust.
On Wednesday it was birthday cards
She says that chalking's fun.
Shading, blending, and watercoloring.
But the laundry wasn't done.
Her card swap was on Thursday
Using green and blue and red;
I guess she really was engrossed,
She never made the bed!
It was shaker cards on Friday
Using techniques she just adores,
But she never seemed to notice
The crumbs on all the floors.
I found a maid on Saturday!
My week is now complete
My wife can stamp the hours away;
The house will still be neat.
Well, it's already Sunday,
And my forehead's feeling damp.
I cursed, I raved, and I ranted. . .
The MAID has learned to stamp!!!
That poem is perfect! Love it...and live it! Unfortunately, not the maid part! Feel free to share!
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