I would really like to blame lingering morphine, but I honestly don't think this is the case.
Take today's challenge at Lily Pad.
As we all know, I've spent the better part of my week in the hospital, so I had some major catching up to do. First on my agenda was today's challenge sponsored by Memory Box. So I went up there last night and created two cards and felt very pleased with myself.
I went to bed feeling like I'd forgotten to do something, though.
Then, this morning, after spending three hours upstairs, working on assembling materials for my next class in Evansville, I came be-bopping down the stairs and sat down at my computer and checked on ye ol' Lily Pad and was totally flabberghasted that my cards weren't there! What had become of them?! I had stayed up late to finish them! Where were they?!
And then it dawned on me that my cards weren't there because I had never photographed them, or, of course, uploaded the (nonexistant) photos.
So I took the photos, did the apropriate cropping and lighting fixes in Photoshop, uploaded them and then....
I realized that this is a SKETCH challenge.
Did I follow the sketch?
Did I at least get lucky and accidentally produce something that one might think was following the sketch?
Should I be allowed to operate a paper cutter with such an addled brain?
I may just have to go back to bed... oh, the humanity!