... 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.
Month: March 2011
Yesterday & Today: Week 13
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
Wit Or Wisdom: #13
Hey, that's me on there! Do you think they have me pegged as "that-slightly-odd-woman-who-regularly-photographs-our-board"?
Wit Or Wisdom: #12
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?
Yesterday & Today: Week 12
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
52 In Black & White: Week 12
Celebrating The Every Day
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