Hello friends, I am feeling like myself again after a horrible sinus infection and flu. It really kicked my butt and knocked me out for a few days you know the drill ... fever, chills, aches and the worst of it sinus pressure! Honestly this one took a toll on me. I need Spring now more than ever, and this weekend with the good weather we got a glimpse of it & I am very happy about that. Here is hoping I am "out of the woods" with this flu business.
With that said I am a tad backed up with the weeks for my PL album being sick and both our kiddos in Hockey playoffs and tournaments (so exciting and LOVE it) it's no wonder I haven't cracked open my album - no worries, I am going to get at that all soon & so here my friends here is Week Five!
Above I started this "month mark" with a vellum 6x8 print out I made with Paislee Press brushes, you can find that here. I then added the "F" that is a chipboard from ABM kit found here. I adhered the letter with my adhesive roller (e-z runner). So we are into the 2nd month already here in my Album and I know I am loving the 6x8 STILL and pages are flowing.
That's it for Week Five, I Totally need to remember how to be present in these albums (on going lesson). I recently found a hidden treasure, our family camcorder and there it held multiple tapes of us and the kiddos some going as far back as me showing off my 1st baby bump pregnant with Ethan 12 years ago, whoa 12 years! Then we found some of both kiddos Ava was now born and already three ... we laughed at the moments on tape, I cried as I know how fast they are growing up that's normal feeling to get when you are reminded how we once looked ... but it was so hard for me to process all that has changed both good and bad in between the years. I am BLESSED !
Long story short, I am now more than ever reminded to keep recording, documenting this life of ours - we only get to do this once and even if we think we are not doing such a good job sometimes - keep the camera on ... don't miss the years. Thanks for reading!
Project Life is a Memory keeping system created by Becky Higgins you can find more info here, never too late to start documenting your story!