And welcome to week forty-six of my Project Life journey. Nothing fancy. Nothing but photos, journaling, a few stamps from Kellie Stamps, two of my brush script cards and white space. The photos give the layout all the colour it needs. Continuing the catch-up campaign…and breathe.
Good afternoon Monday!
Day ten tells the story of what we like to do a lot around here. Dance. Nanna and Grandad and my sister and her two babes, Jacob and Abbie, were here for dinner. Nanna started singing an old song from yester-year. A song that my Nan use to sing to us. The babes began to dance in the beautiful, free way only children can. Our wide cottage hallway here at 209 became an old fashioned dance floor. It was wonderful.
Good morning December Daily friends! I’m cramming my December Daily pages onto my blog today. Day ten will be here later in the day. I’m feeling totally out of control with this project but in a crazy, free, flying-by-the-seat-of-my-pants like way. I’m creatively pulling our days together and blogging when I can find snippets of time in between school holiday fun and script work. Needless to say, I’m sleeping very well at night with all the activity going on around here both creative, professional and domestic (*insert happy smiley face*).
Day nine in our December Daily album was all about the twinkle lights which I adore. Lights on the Christmas tree, lights outside. Yesterday we put up even more twinkle lights indoors and out. You can never have too much twinkle.
Day eight of our December Daily album. Family, fun, sun and surf was how we spent our day. Storms were brewing all around us and we were all on lightening watch. We are so fortunate to live so close to our family and to the beach.
Hello Friday night.
I miss writing.
My sister, that I adore, is in Sydney this weekend having a well deserved R&R with her best friend. I owe her big time. She was the one who looked after my brood during visits home when we lived overseas or during the birth of yet another baby. She was always there to support, nurture and love – as only a sister can – during the days of the awful ‘process of separation’. My sister was, and is, always there for me. No matter what. No questions asked. I am, and always will be, so grateful.
Today I sat down and caught up on our December Daily album. Here are our days four through to seven. Every single little bit of product I used is from the December Daily kit designed by Ali Edwards.
And welcome to week thirty-eight of my Project Life journey. Apart from a few wood veneers I decided to use nothing else but the Amy Tangerine Plus One Project Life kit. I read today on the Becky Higgins Facebook page that the kit is available again here. One word – COLOUR!