Last night my dear hubby pulled a late night working on an installation of some sound equipment at a local camp and conference center. I don't sleep well until he's in bed too, so I took the opportunity to get caught up on Project Life. So here are the most recent three weeks.
One week (week 11) I was terribly sparse on photos. I took less than ten. At first I was just going to do one page, and then do three pages for the following week. But when I looked back at the week to see what was going on, I realized why I was distracted from the normal home routine of capturing our everyday life. So that ended up shaping the facing page.
I love including my calendar. I love to throw away paper and this allows me to throw away the old calendar without guilt. Odd, isn't it, the things we allow ourselves to feel guilt over.
This week was filled with awesomeness (that can't possibly be a word, but the auto spell check didn't tell me was wrong). I love how some telling photos and just a few words can bring it all back.
This was the week I already mentioned about not having many photos. Still it was a very significant week. The stories needed to be written down. Daniel had a happy-sad eye appointment (he has Duane Syndrome - you can read part of his story here and here, if you are curious). We also celebrated the first Spiritual Birthday (date she asked Jesus into her heart) of our youngest, Gracie. And finally I experienced a silly little rush when several sweet bloggers took notice of some of my digital freebies. Because I was so slim on photos I filled up the extra space with a blog update, my little creative outlet.
This week seemed to slide back into normal. Plenty of photos of everyday delights. I even caught Mercy doing her reading homework this week, unprompted... upside down. Okay, she was probably really just looking at the photos, but I think there is good even in that and it made for some fun photos.
Now that my pages are caught up I will be turning my focus on my April Freebies kit, which will be available next week.
May Easter be filled with the wonderful reminders that He is not dead, He is risen!
And I love to link up at The Mom Creative. Love all the inspiration!