I can’t believe that we are just three days away from a brand new year. I kind of get giddy at thinking about starting a new year. New resolutions. New plans. New ideas.

Everything is new.

I’m excited for 2013 . . . not that I want it to go fast or anything. Time flies fast enough as it is. But there’s some fun things already that I’m personally looking forward too. My brand new History Project class starts Monday. New Silhouette classes are surely a must. I’m going to CHA for a day in a couple weeks. My husband and I celebrate 25 years of marriage in February. We’re going to NYC this spring to see Jordan sing in Carnegie Hall. Jordan graduates in May.  Well, by golly, there seems to be half the year already. ;)

Guess there’s not a whole lot I can do about time flying . . . it’s going to do it regardless of whether I want it to or not.

This past year my ‘one little word’ was grow. That was such an appropriate word for me. I didn’t even know at the time just how much that applied to my life and my work at the time.

I have a great word for the new year–in typical KB fashion. I’ll be sharing that on January 1.  :)

But there are a few goodies that you may want to take advantage of before this year ends!

If you haven’t heard about this yet, all the details are HERE.

You can save $5 on signing up before January 1. Class officially starts on Monday (Dec 31), but you can join in at any time. It’s regularly priced at $52 (a dollar a week).

And if you missed the sneak peek at the first lesson on Facebook yesterday?
Here it is, just in case. :)

If you got yourself a brand new Cameo/Portrait or maybe you’ve been wanting to get the most out of your little baby, but just haven’t done it yet?, Now is a great time to get classes on jessicasprague.com!

If you’ve never taken any classes, I might recommend taking Silhouette 1+2 (top 2) for only $39.20 for both. You’re saving $5 with the bundle and right now--through the end of the year–classes are 20% off (=39.20). Hello!

And that Just Add Color class? It’s a pretty awesome little class (if I do say so myself). You learn a lot about using color and the Silhouette color tools, so it’s pretty nifty.

You can see all the classes–and more–at JS.com HERE.

Well, that about sums it up for me today. :)