Cart Before Horse. If you'd like to join me in any of these Big Picture Classes, please use this link to sign up: CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR BIG PICTURE CLASSES! The membership is free and there are several free classes if you just want to dip your toe in to the online scrapbooking class world, this is an excellent place to start.
Story People Quote: "Feels like some kind of ride, but its turning out to be life going absolutely perfectly." And I stamped my finger print in the stamp square on the "this is life" 4x6 card in the lower left corner. I'm feeling fairly clever about that.
Yes. I know I still have a major portion of December's Project Life to catch up on and a few days of December Daily, but its like Walt Disney said (it went something like): "We don't spend much time looking back around here, we are always moving forward." I'm excited about the new year. I love beginnings. And I saw Cathy Zielske's post about her family self portrait and her new class and was inspired to get my family to sit and pose for the Project Life Albums - I'm sticking this one in the end of 2011 & in the beginning of 2012: (two birds - and no Kelly I don't think killing birds is ok either - which doesn't explain your delicious chicken dip btw - just saying)
And NO! I am not wearing pajama jeans. The rest of my family wore sweat pants and I went in to work and they kept teasing that my jeans were pajama jeans, they were not - they were dark wash boot leg regular old jeans thank you very much, and yes I did put back a few pounds on during the holidays but I had no trouble buttoning them, it was a controlled kind of feast; I am ready to get back on the hard core workout train.
P.S. I am using Becky Higgins' Clementine Core Kit plus Page Protector Style A for my 2012 Project Life Album:
I couldn't find the link for page protector style A so I linked B - word of advice - if you like this stuff - buy it quick because it tends to sell out.
P.S. On Beginnings: We saw a movie called Beginners the other night - it was pretty good - here is the link, plus one for beginning yoga, and one for an old David Bowie movie called Absolute Beginners which was pretty awesome - I remember loving it but don't remember what it was about anymore; and on that note - there is a quote about children not remembering what you said or did but they remember how you made them feel - does anyone know that one?
P.S. For more from the Story People: