I put together a bunch of "half-baked" layouts yesterday meaning I scraplifted the base of the pages. I used Jen Jockisch's Bonanza as the basis for this page:
Journaling: "1990: My Grandpa Allen Hastings Cunningham never really retired fom being an accountant. But his passion was for ART! This is his upstairs studio at 62 Wilson Street. He was a True Artist!"
He was my favorite.
Aside: I'm going to hit on one of those topics you aren't supposed to talk about - religion! I am not particularly religious, but I do feel connected to God in a personal way and on a daily basis and I pray with my children every day; that said, I do feel like I should bring the kids to church more often. Meantime, I am also a fan of lots of different perspectives on God including the LDS Church or more commonly known as the Mormons. They have a bi-annual General Conference and I watch it on YouTube. Here is a link to the talk on family history research, it explains why Mormons are interested in family history research and why family history research has become so easy with the current technology. Here's the Link: Link to Family History Talk by Richard G. Scott at the October 2012 LDS General Conference.