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Moving on ….
I feel like I have a second wind of Project Life – maybe because the weeks are changing? I’m starting to order photos of trips and house projects and the weeks recorded are getting closer and closer to my last day in the cubicle.
Just looking over these spreads (around Memorial Day) I can feel the change – the summer beginning, my freedom beginning….
Makes me so happy
These are my Project Life spreads from the end of May (May 20 to June 2) …. My weeks run Monday to Sunday – which I love, because they keep the weekends together in a chunk. So the images are *roughly* arranged from Monday on the left to Sunday on the right.
(if you’d like to see the images larger, you should be able to click through to view them on Flickr)
Week 21: May 20 – 26
The week (and weekend) before Memorial Day
I came home from work at nearly midnight on Monday night to find our friends Fernando and Jessica in our dining room drinking beer We almost never see them, since F has to get up so early for work, and Andrew often doesn’t get home until late. It was a nice surprise!
Also this week, Andrew got a haircut early in the week that he hated. And then he tried to fix it himself. Not great, you guys.
Khaleesi’s new thing is getting a mouthful of their dry cat food and carrying it somewhere else in the house, dropping the pile (from her mouth) and then eating it piece by piece. The photo in this spread is when she carried the food all the way ONTO our bed to eat. What a weirdo.
We had a pretty full weekend. Saturday we walked over to our friend’s mom’s house for a graduation party. I really love our house and our neighborhood. I love that we live within walking distance of this party and were able to go.
Sunday, I read Anne of Green Gables in our backyard hammock for a little while (that’s what hammocks are for, right?) and Fang walked the top of our flat-screen TV like a circus performer.
Also: our friend Marie came over to fix Andrew’s haircut and I assisted Maggie on a maternity session.
Week 22: May 27 – June 2:
Home for Memorial Day and May’s Day in the Life
Memorial Day Andrew spent putting up most of the rest of the blinds in our house. I can’t even tell you what a difference it makes!!
Also, a lot of cat photos. Because they crack us up
A few Amy’s-day-job-related photos. I took my camera to work for May’s Day in the Life, so we have my walk to work, my sad “kitchen” and my traffic-heavy drive home (btw, that was one of the WORST commutes I have had in the 5 years I worked there).
Also, more hammock, more cats being crazy, and ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT SEASON 4! We’re excited!
Sunday was Andrew’s cousin’s fiancee’s bridal shower (!) so I got to see her and other family and meet her sweet friends. And help my sister-in-law corral my nephew in someone else’s non-baby-proof house.
Little things like this make up our whole life
Supplies used these weeks:
- American Crafts 12-Inch by 12-Inch D-Ring Modern Scrapbooking Album, Cardinal
- Photo Pocket Pages – Big Pack of Design A (60 Pages)
- Seafoam core kit
- 100 Journaling Cards – 3″ x 4″ with Grid Design
- journaling cards of my own design
- assorted cardstock from my scrap pile
ALSO: I have recently contributed to a Big Picture Classes ebook about Project Life! It’s all about using the Project Life structure to dig a little deeper into your stories. Check out more details including a preview here!
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