A long week and a vinyl haul

My vinyl haul from ExpressionsVinyl.com has been my joy this week.
Honestly, this has been a long week.

Filled with anxiety.

The Tiger’s last days of Kindergarten was Wednesday and there was a lot happening around that.
The Boar started a new job and all he wants to do is talk about it at the most inconvenient time.
And the Dragon has been very needy.
And I got some blood test results back.

And nothing I seemed to do this week worked out.

I tried making Milk-Can Supper via Cook’s Country.
I love and trust Cook’s Country. After seeing that episode a couple months ago, I  knew I wanted to try it. And then I saw the recipe on Pinterest and though that maybe I could adapt it a bit and make it in the InstantPot.

Which would be a nice challenge for someone who has had an InstantPot for ONE WEEK!
But why not?
It’s just about adjusting the time and then everything else is pretty much the same, right?

Yes, that is how I rationalized it. I looked up how long to cook potatoes in the pot and called it good!  And it would have worked, everything was cooked properly…however, the flavors just were not there. I was going to document the whole thing and then tell you all about it. However, it’s not even worth mentioning beyond these two paragraphs.

And that meal just turned into more fuel for my anxiety flame.

Which is why, instead of starting my friends order for 21 t-shirt Heat Vinyl Transfer’s, I shot a video instead. I think I just couldn’t take it if one more thing went wrong this week.

But since the video turned out pretty well—except for the lack of solid focus for the first half and the lack of me properly staging my shooting area, and my editing skills in iMovie.

So here’s my video «below also», my one thing that «sorta» turned out the way it was supposed to.

I’ll try again for something better—this weekend.

My Silhouette Cameo—which is actually such a good deal right now I’m almost considering purchasing a new one. But I will not, because my husband would kill me. Besides, I also have a Silhouette Portrait, how many cutting machines does one person need?
I mean, I don’t really need both machines, but…what can I say.
I like gadgets.
And crafting.

Tell me about it!

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