First of all, soon I'll be off to Thanksgive, just like you. And like you, I won't be thinking about computers much--so there will be a content shortage, but that's okay, because you won't be at work, bored, killing time at Steady Mobbin'.
Monday night I was helping to make cards for old people that are all alone and don't have anyone to celebrate the holidays with. I tried to make nice cards for them, but I got distracted by other ideas and I made all of these cards which went right into the "Don't Pile."
At first I was making a card with a snake on it, but the top of the snake's head made me think of an army helmet, so I made this WWII inspired card:
As you can see, I made this other card that I wound up sticking inside my war card.
Here's a good one that I spiced up with the shiny interior of a candy wrapper.
One of the rules was that we couldn't put our names on the cards as the old, lonely people would try to hunt us down and adopt us. When I saw a scrap piece of paper that looked just like a cell phone I knew exactly what to do!
This might be the best one . . .
Finally, the holes in a piece of paper that had been used to make a snowman made me think of smoke rings and that's how this card was born . . .
I'm pretty sure the Don't Pile got tossed out, but if your grandma gets one of these cards then 1) I'm sorry and 2) It wouldn't have happened if you hadn't visited her more!