Project Life, Week Twenty

Cathy ZielskeProject Life, Scrapbooking8 Comments


OBSERVATIONS: This week has been one of those weeks to really make you focus on what you are grateful for. Anytime there is a tragedy, really, it cuts right to the core of making me think about what matters. 

It's the people.

Not the stuff. Not the success. Not the money. Not the popularity. Not the perfect weight. Not the anything else.

Just the people. And the love. 

Project Life is really a way to celebrate it. Here are my pages from last week.



A close up of the journaling week in review:



I am so grateful for these people with whom I share my life. 



Cathy ZielskeProject Life, Week Twenty

8 Comments on “Project Life, Week Twenty”

  1. #1

    Cathy, your pages are TOTALLY AWESOME AND COOL THIS WEEK!! I love all the stories you fit in and fun pictures. Even Cole is in there a few times, GOTTA LOVE THAT! Your digital pages are coming along so good each week, I can see that you enjoy them.

    I am having a hard time with all the sadness in this world and try to not let it get me down. It helped so much to read your post from yesterday, thank you for that and the journal card. What a thoughtful idea to make and share with us, thanks so much!!

    Love hearing about Dan and Aidan too, how sweet this will be for her to look back on.
    Have a good day and thanks again Cathy, really helped me this morning.

  2. #2
    Margy Eastman

    Love your digital pages, Cathy! I hope Dan and Aidan had fun in Mad-town! I went there for undergrad and veterinary school and it was awesome. And I wasn’t a partier. I was a nerd and I still had fun… so don’t let that rep fool you!

  3. #3

    Just found out a former localish minor league player is playing for your Saints! Small world made smaller by baseball. πŸ˜‰

  4. #4
    laura kate

    Great pages, as per usual. Is the MN WI reciprocity agreement still to the benefit of MN kids at Madison? That always amused me. Also, Madison is full of fun stuff (as you well know). They have a Sonic now. This makes any trip back home pretty exciting. Mmmm….slushies and tatertots….

  5. #5

    Cathy I so enjoy your pages! You inspire me to
    keep up!! What fonts do you use by the way??
    I love the clean look…
    Thanks πŸ™‚

  6. #6

    Amen. Tragedy helps us take stock off our own lives and refocus on what is really important. But without sorrow there can not be joy. Hold close the ones you love.

  7. #8

    Thank you for your post and for the one before it. My son graduated this week and leaves for college in June – talk about real emotion in conjunction with all that has gone on in the country. On another note I am a UW grad – so that gets a thumbs up from me. Also my daughter and I saw Ed Sheeran open up for Taylor Swift in Atlanta for he 13th BDay. He was so good. My daughter bought the Ed Sheeran sweatshirt. She loves him. You may like this.

    Enjoy your weekend Cathy.

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