As things have turned out I now have more than enough to worry about because my MIL who lives with us is ill, and caring for her is proving to be a helluva challenge .... We were ambushed by this happening out of the blue, but we are now trying to get Social Services involved to give us some help. The really stupid thing is that in fact that wasn't what I was worried about here! Duh, and will that teach me anything? It should, but it probably won't.
As usual (am still trying to love paint, but its not working so far) the background has been done with Caran d'Ache crayons, to which I added a dopey looking female and these typewriter stamps. I've had them for ages but hardly used them - what is it about such old fashioned looking letters that appeals? I've got a computer font like this too, and use it a lot. Maybe its because I learned to type on an old fashioned manual and still can't get over how wonderfully easy modern keyboards are to use?
The final touches to what was a relatively simple page were a pointy finger stamp, some journalling and lots of doodling with white and black pens. Hopefully whenever I leaf back through my journal I will encounter this page andl be reminded to stop worrying about whatever is on my mind at the time?