I am enjoying this book.
Really interesting stuff.
But, I have read 42 pages
and I am only on ivii.
What is up with that?
In an effort to help people like me,
who have been known to put finished
items on their to do list just so they can
mark them off
and in the name of accomplishment,
can we please just start numbering the pages
at the beginning of the book?
I appreciate your attention on this pressing matter,
(ps - this book is really an interesting read about words used in speeches, politics, advertising, etc.)
(and yes, it uses lower case letters for the roman numeralization.)
We are home from vacation.
And our internet works now.
It was down for over 24 hours when we got back
and I was kinda digging the internetlessness of our lives
ok, you first 25
Becky in Va
e-mail me your address
put blog or prize in the subject line
And let me know what you name is when you post
(EX: I am Jennifer L)
In 2 weeks, if I still haven't heard from everyone,
I'll move down the list.
If I can get my hands on any more of these,
I'll totally let you know:)
I'm super excited to see what kind of
"loving the present" types of albums
And, yes, we just NOW took our summer vacation to FL.
We don't do heat well, so we never go in the real summertime.
(or cold, we are not a hearty people)
We did school everyday there.
We almost totally missed the whole gas crisis in Altanta.
I actually read a magazine on the beach for the first time in over 11 years.
(although I am kinda embarrassed for you to see it was an Oprah Magazine)
My middle's 10th birthday
Here is the deal:
You have everything you need right now to be vibrant and fully engaged in the creative process. Sometimes you just have to slow down, look around and realize it!
Here’s what you do …
· Snap ten photos of your life right now.
· Compile these photos in a super-cute Bazzill Mono-Mini album.
· Keep or carry this album with you (in your desk drawer or purse) for one year.
· Promise to glance through the album every time you stumble upon it or pull it from your purse.
· On October 1st, 2009, create a scrapbook page about your experience.
(Don’t worry – I’ll remind you.)
Want play along?
The first 25 folks to post will get their very own Bazzill Mono Mini Album sent to you.
I covered mine in felt and took pictures just one day.
There is a lot I put on the ten pages.
But there is a lot not on there.
But this wasn't a definitive scrapbook about my life.
It was about our little day.