Having told you recently that I planned to complete The History Project during the upcoming 100 Day Project, I've actually gone ahead and begun working on it again. Waiting for laundry presents a perfect opportunity It's been a lot of fun to spend time thinking about the first twenty years of my life. I've been … Continue reading The History Project | The Restart
I signed up for Kerri Bradford's online class, The History Project, in January 2015, full of enthusiasm, but somehow it became one of those online courses that I didn't complete. I came across my uncompleted work in a drawer recently when looking for Lego instructions (as you do). As I flicked through the worksheets, I … Continue reading The History Project | Revisited
I'm busy collating memories for the ongoing online class, The History Project.I had seriously underestimated the amount of writing involved!One fun topic has been the television shows of my youth:Dallas: Mum and I watched this on Tuesday evening, just the two of us,as everyone else was out at various activites MASH: my dad's favourite and we … Continue reading Memories of TV
I'm currently thinking about and writing about the music from my childhood as part of The History Project online class .Bearing in mind that I am now in my mid 40s, my childhood musical heydays were the late 70s and the early 80s.Songs like:Geno and Come on Eileen by Dexy's Midnight Runners (1981 and 1982). These songs were … Continue reading Music Memories
It's been a:MoT and car insurance sorting, filling up the freezer, newspaper reading and tea drinking, ironing, menu planning, buying the groceries forgotten the first time around, working on The History Project, and drinking tea in the park en route to pick-up kind of Monday.This post is adapted from Sian's Me on Monday theme, which you can find on the fabulous From High in the Sky blog.
Having packed the boys off to the football and boxed off a few chores, I spent the remainder of the afternoon in my office.It was bliss.I had iTunes playing through my PC.The pooch was curled up in his basket.I started a double page spread about Cachirulo. He still doesn't have a name. I wrote about memories of games and … Continue reading Scrapbook Saturday
It's a new year.It's time for an online class.Something to get the creative juices flowing.But not one that necessarily ends with an album of themed layouts.Enter The History Project from Kerri Bradford. A class just for me and just about me.Scrapbooking and family history.I know.One spiral bound hardback notebook, a pen and I'm set. With … Continue reading The History Project