Wednesday, April 27, 2011

My Wish for You

Registration for the "new" Library of Memories from Stacy Julian - FINDING PHOTO FREEDOM - is now live. Go now - quickly - and register for the updated class!

Big Picture Classes


Stacy has a little information here and a lot of information here. All in all, this has the same content, just given to you a little (okay, maybe a lot) differently than previous LOM sessions, for about $20 less than previous LOM sessions!

I can honestly say if it weren't for adapting my own Library of Memories system from the 2007 class, I would not be scrapbooking today. I was worn out with the time-wasting of looking for the right photos, of having big gaps in my chronological albums, and struggling to "keep up" when my kids were younger. With Library of Memories, I'm now stress-free in my scrapbooking. I'm always able to find a photo that will work for the story I want to tell, and I have FUN! I have a system and processes that keep me on the right track even when I've let those systems slide every once in a while.

My wish for you, if you are feeling overwhelmed with all the projects you want to complete, photos you want to scrapbook, and all the stories you want to tell, is that you'll sign up for this class and experience the freedom with your photos that this class can bring! Give this gift to yourself and to your family! :)

And the really fabulous thing? Stacy is allowing ALL alumni to register for this class for FREE using a code based on the year you first took LOM. Everyone who has ever signed up for LOM - even if it was in 2006 - can take this class for FREE and have it in your "forever access" account! You should have received an email from BPC by now with the link and codes. If you haven't received this email yet (and you've checked your spam folder) you should get in touch with BPC through admin (at) bigpictureclasses (dot) com.

I can't wait to see you all there in another month!

The Little Things

have been playing a really big role in my life right now.
I'm sorry I didn't give you, my loyal readers, a heads up before taking a blogging break, but I felt the need to get some things re-prioritized in my life and blogging took a back seat.


This picture cracked me up and tugged at my heartstrings at the same time. The dolphins had all been away from the window, looking at the people who had a private tour on the other side (by the far wall) and my son went up to the class and started rubbing it. A dolphin (this dolphin) saw him I guess and left the other group and came over to the window. Next thing I know, he's swimming by and it looks like my son was giving him a rub-down. Then another one or two cam over to visit.

I've been:
  • cleaning and decluttering - paper files, my closet, our home
  • scrapbooking
  • helping my daughter work on "campaign" goodies for her Jr. Class officer elections
  • going on trips and hanging out with my kids over their spring break
  • shopping for a new car
  • teaching my daughter more driving skills before she takes her test (taken on April 15 and passed)
  • completing taxes
  • driving the kids to soccer practices
  • going to the gym a few days a week, working with my personal trainer two of those days (and she kicks my butt)
  • keeping up with Project Life


Thank you so much for hanging in there with me . . . I think I'll be back for a while, so I hope you'll come back and visit soon. And see over to the top right column? There's a google friend connection if you want to click on that and you'll be able to see any of my new posts in your reader or when you log into your blogger account.

I hope you're having a glorious spring if you're in the Northern Hemisphere, and that you're enjoying all Fall has to offer you if you're in the Southern! :)

~a