... are all this boy needs. I hope with all my heart that he continues to be a child who is content with the simple pleasures that life offers him.
The final week of this brilliant class. Ali's suggestion was to decide which week had been your favourite and create another LO using the same principles. I chose week 4, the week which dealt with how to tell those difficult or emotional stories that we all have. In week 4, I created a DLO about my … Continue reading Yesterday & Today: Week 13
It was one of those afternoons. I didn't leave the house with the intention of buying new shoes for DS. We left the house because DS had an appointment to have his hair cut.Here's what happened:Catch bus to shopping centre ~ check.Call in at bank for cash to pay for aforementioned haircut ~ check. Card … Continue reading New Shoes
Hey, that's me on there! Do you think they have me pegged as "that-slightly-odd-woman-who-regularly-photographs-our-board"?
Have you made a start on your Census form yet? I plan on filing ours on line, but am also filling in the paper copy and will be filing that with my family history stuff ~ my descendants will thank me for it in the years to come.Why not do the same?
Week 12 was all about the stuff of life ~ the type of stuff that everyone collects throughout the week: receipts, flyers, shopping lists.~ Starbucks, recipts, flyers and appointments ~ ~ Hand written shopping list ~ ~ Arrival of the devine Project Life~
*Brought to you in association with Blogging For Scrapbookers, prompt 5
My life runs on a similar schedule pretty much every day, and I sometimes feel that it doesn't make for exciting blogging. But then I remind myself that the very name of this blog flags up the possibility of routine and, dare I say it, monotony.So, with a nod to today's prompt from Blogging For Scrapbooking, I am celebrating … Continue reading Celebrating The Every Day