Today I am sharing my Project Life 2017 spread for week 14. It leaves me feeling really good, even giddy, that I have stuck with this project this year for this long and haven't missed a week. Sure, some weeks have been slim on photos, not this week though; or, slim on stories, yep, this week; but, I'm comfortable with, and know that, these stories are just one week of our bigger lives, bigger stories, even smaller stories.
For these two pages I took Ali Edwards lead from her Week 12 project life that she just posted this week on her blog and used 1/2 circle or oval chipboard from her Story kits and light pastel journal cards with lots of space for journaling to complete the easy-put-together pages.
I have enjoyed this short season of Jeff working out of the Savannah office rather than a jobsite because it has allowed him to come home at a decent time (leave work between 5-5:30 rather than 6-6:30 with an hours drive). We sat down to eat as a family and we've had time for evening activities. He enjoyed some time outside, thanks to beautiful weather, and almost finished up his deer stand (in preparation for this next deer season), so, no scrambling to get it done.
I began eating salads in a jar and found that they are superb and long lasting. Day three salad was just as fresh as day one. This is the beginning of a whole new lunch practice. Eat more salads. The key is making the time on Sunday afternoon to put together the salads for the coming weeks lunches.
And then there is all the other good food we enjoyed this week: a deep dish pizza in a cast iron skillet - new recipe here. And, our coveted homemade tacos that we absolutely adore and even though they are insanely fattening, and addicting, they are a staple in our home.
A date night on a Saturday (Jeff had a boy scout thing on Friday) and we had dinner and a movie. We went to see Boss Baby. Yep, a cartoon - and laughed out loud - a lot! I loved Saturday. It was a good day that started at the Breakfast Club on Tybee Island with more delicious food. The bank, groceries, housework, and Jeff and Jarrod gave all three trucks a little tender loving care.