I have a bit of sharing to do, even though the pages have been done for a bit from week 2. I had already added them to the Project Life page flickr slideshow, but I haven't shared them here.
(Left side) Saturday, Sunday and Monday started out great with a long weekend (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day) and th boys played with friends and Garris (pictured with Matthew) even slept over on Sunday evening. They watched a movie and ate popcorn with chocolate chips and Ed has been in a mode of continuing to work late for the year-end books. All three of the boys were found playing with these legos in Matthew's room Monday morning while I was heading out to the gym. I love that they're creating scenarios on their own and not just doing what the "box" said to do. Lance filled me in on the story and it's on a "created" long journaling card with coordinated pp circle punched and attached . . . behind the photo. Oh, we also had to "create" a coat of arms for Lance's class to go in his Memory Book at the end of the year.
(Right side) I guess once school got started and I stopped carrying my camera again? I don't know. Maybe I was too busy. I had plenty to journal about as you can see - and plenty of reciepts from doing things like picking up the dry cleaning, making a grocery run . . . ohhh, I remember. I started feeling pretty yucky on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Nothing "serious" just naseous and weak . . . but I certainly didn't feel like doing anything. I'm sure Ed was disappointed because I know he was hoping I would start organizing and purging some other part of the house. Lance was HAPPY to have PE for once. He usually hates it, so I took a picture of his tennis shoes and wrote that story down. It's on the two alphabet cards (red) up in the top corner. I also went to eat lunch with an online friend I had a chance to meet and dropped everything else on Friday. I hope she had as good of a time as I did . . . but I left my camera at home and not having an iPhone 4, couldn't grab a picture of the two of us. Plus, I don't think I'd put it here because I'd want to respect her privacy. So, I used two journaling cards in the same pocket here and tucked the reciept from the Cheesecake Factory behind it. Also used for a journaling block was one of the "folding" cards, but I left it open - and definitely journaled on both sides. On the front is the story about me signing up for e-mealz and then on the back is the recipe that everyone in the family LOVED! Can't wait to try more of their meals. I was exhausted or I would have taken a picture of it . . . but making it through the evening with a working late hubby and feeling under the weather was the priority, right?
There you have it, the last two weeks in pictures and words. I LOVE this project; and I'm finding I still have time to do "traditional" scrapbook layouts too. I hope to be able to keep up (kind of) with Project Life Tuesday, but in case you find you're looking for PL inspiration, please feel free to head to the tab at the top and view the slideshow. Even if I'm not always blogging about Project Life, I'll keep my flickr stream updated.
Have a wonderful Thursday!!