Project Life Revisited | Weeks 15 and 16

Week 15:

Week 4 of lockdown. Nature continued doing her Spring thing. I made time for scrapbooking. We stood in the front door on Thursday and joined our neighbours in applauding all those working on the front line.

Week 16:

The week began with a glorious sunrise (which made me surprisingly emotional). There was TV watching, podcast listening and reading going on. The Boy Child and I made beer bread with added Cheddar cheese.

All the journaling and filler cards came from the superb In a Creative Bubble.

12 thoughts on “Project Life Revisited | Weeks 15 and 16

  1. This year’s project life is certainly going to be very different to any previous ones – what a great way of recording this strange time we are living in at the moment.
    Thanks to you we are now having beer bread once a week – I’m so grateful you reminded me of Deb’s recipe. It’s as delicious with soup as it is with antipasti plate of meats and cheeses and delicious toasted too!

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  2. Your project life of week to week feelings & activities of this year will be one of greatest 2020 accomplishments. I do know what you mean about some sunrises & sunsets, but especially the sunrise; what will today bring, let this be the day a break through in research …. please please please.

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    1. I think you’re right about seeing the sunrise – I stood an looked at it and remember thinking, “Please let there be good news today …”
      There wasn’t, but no matter …


  3. I can understand about the sunrise … there is something very comforting and yet bittersweet that Nature and the non-human kingdom continue to flourish unconcernedly. I really like the variety in your album, with all those different cards.

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      1. Totally agree! I’ve not listened to anything like this before and for me, I think the music has helped too – very atmospheric!

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