I truly feel like this project is the highlight of my crafty week.
I’ve gotten into a new routine. On Monday mornings, after exercise and email—okay and maybe a little Facebook—I start gathering my images and make my pages.
And I’m just going to say it: I love them. I do! It’s relaxing and it’s fun and it’s not overly complicated.
Those are key words I want associated with my memory keeping.
I’m not a brain surgeon, people. I make scrapbook pages.
Here’s a look at Week Eight.
Okay stop right there.
One of the photos I took last week was of Cole and his friend, Diego. I asked if I could take it and they agreed. What you don’t see are all the weird faces they pulled for most of them.
Then I had an idea to see how far back I could go and find a shot of the two of them. Lo and behold, 2006 served up a good one. Oh for cute!
Why not include a Then and Now pairing in your Project Life album? There’s no law that says every photo shalt come from the week wherein the memory keeping hath occurred, right?
I mean, get out, cuteness.
Such handsome young men.
Moving right along…
I didn’t mean to seem all focused on the negative this week, but I decided to just include a Low card. That snow is pretty, true, but by the end of February, Minnesotans grow weary. Very weary.
Here’s the journal card for the week. Again, you don’t have to write with wit and cleverness to document a week on one card. I just report the facts.
And can I just say again how glad I am that the Olympics are over?
I’m like that dog in Up. The Olympics are my squirrel.
Thank you, Team USA. You rocked my world and now I can move away from the TV set.
Project Life™ is a system created by Becky Higgins. To learn more about her core approach to saving your memories, click here.
If you missed this last week… I have a free privacy label set for online photo sharing. To see how I used them, watch this video clip.
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