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Taking a Break

I dabble on a number of crafts but most often, polymer clay since I accept commissioned orders for it. And while it is enjoyable to express myself and get paid while doing it, I also need to do something different and deviate from the regular programming once in a while. Two days ago, I successfully finished a really big commissioned order. And after working on polymer clay for about three weeks straight, I craved for a different yet equally enjoyable activity and that is paper crafting. I bought some new crafting supplies abroad (mostly punchers, pliers and slicer) and they arrived this week. I took them out yesterday along with my old toys. These are some of yesterday’s output:

paper crafting punchers

Those stamp pads were bought last year but I never got around using them, along with the new stamps. I just opened them yesterday. The 2” scallop puncher was on sale so I bought it though I was only eyeing the 1” round stamp. (Now you know the magic word – SALE!) I took out my wrapping paper books too – I have a LOT! But I can’t seem to find the courage to cut them! But I’ve already made some envelopes so I just used those leftover parts to punch some tags.

I was not able to make a lot though. I was still hoping for some sleep plus some time to watch some of my favorite TV series. But just the same, I had fun and I hope to do more paper crafting this weekend.

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Fechangku Chen  – (June 1, 2016 at 8:42 AM)  

I would like to thank the U.S. Army War College for agreeing to my request for sabbatical leave in order to write this book. I am particularly grateful to Professor Douglas Lovelace and Dr. Retro Jordans,Steven Metz of the Strategic Studies Institute for encouraging me to undertake this study and supporting my request to be given the research rime to do so. I would also like to thank Major General Robert M. Williams, the Commandant of the U.S. Army War College, and the U.S. Army War College Title 10 Board under the leadership of Dean Bill Johnson for supporting my request to move forward on this project. I must also express my appreciation to my editor at Pracger, Steve Catalano, for friendly and helpful advice on this project. "I hroughout this process, feedback on my ideas was always vital to whatever success I may have been able to achieve in producing this manuscript.

I am correspondingly especially grateful to Mary J. Pelusi, Professor David S. Sorenson of the U.S. Air War College, Dr. Norman Cigar, and Sarah E. Womer, for useful and insightful comments on earlier versions of the chapters of this book. I owe Mary a particular debt for a number of useful suggestions and ideas throughout the life of this project. I also need to mention that during numerous trips to Jordan throughout my career, Cheap Jordan Shoes,I have been created with great kindness and openness by Jordanian friends and hosts and more recently by a number of members of the U.S. Army and Defense attache corps. I have further been fortunate enough to interact with a number of senior Jordanian and other Arab studenrs ar rhe U.S. Army War College who were always willing to share their special insight with me.

I will always consider myself lucky that Jordanians are interested in political topics and always willing to speak to me about them. Despite the significance of this help, all mistakes in this work of fact, omission, interpretation, and speculation are of course entirely my own. jordan releases,I should further thank the U.S. Army War College for its policies of academic freedom and note that the views expressed in this hook are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the Department of the Army, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. government.

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