So it's just a simple, everyday life. I don't teach scrapbooking or have these wise words of wisdom that other women find interesting. I just go to work at an awesome job that I love everyday, I spend time doing a bit of scrapping and putting together some memories, if I'm a good girl I get my bible study done, I usually cook and absolutely fab dinner that my family raves over, I might read a little, and I blog (though not every day). There is the dishes and making the bed, and straightening up and paying bills but what part of those do you like. In fact they make the simple, everyday life that at first sounds somewhat pleasing and makes it, well, yuk! Oh, it's just yuk during those periods of time when I'm not doing those not so pleasing tasks but still yuk none the same.
So I did scrap today. Only I did another digital page. Last night Ashley and her boyfriend Brad came over for Taco Tuesday and they let me take some pictures of them. I only took about 10 shots but came out with about 3 favorites. This one is my most favorite. So I decided to do a sweet page for it. It took me about 1/2 hour to put together - nothing fancy though. I'm so not up on this digital stuff quite yet. Anyways, I wanted to share it.
Random thought: Have you ever thought about writing your memoirs? I have. I took a Senior Writing class in college and one of my assignments was to basically write a chapter of my memoirs. It would be a snapshot of my life. The 'chapter' was titled The Tablespoon. But that's another post for another time. Memoir writing is snapshots, sometimes minutes in our lives, that make an impact on us, that maybe the writing will speak for us and that someone reading it will hear what we have to say. If you think you have a boring life and no one would want to read your memoir - you're wrong. After I wrote my 'chapter' I began formulating other chapters...as a scrapbooker it would make for a great historically reading for my kids and grandkids.