Ali Edwards is a genius. She has created a monthly Story kit subscription - I subscribe to the digital kit - of scrapbook product centered around a different topic each month. It's a brilliant idea because generally that one topic, or word, often is a multifaceted word and thus one kit has the potential for many stories told.
For instance. I recently shared the story here on the blog about my story behind learning the Doppler weather radar. I used Ali Edwards' Story kit - TECH for that story. But, guess what? I used the Story kit TECH for the story above as well.
Two totally different stories going in opposite directions using one Story kit. Like I said. Brilliant!
I did not take lightly subscribing to a month kit. I processed the decision long and hard before jumping on board. Since that first kit...oh, the stories I have told. The big events and the everyday ordinary. I know without a doubt, especially as this year I have concentrated on an All About Me album, my kids and grandkids and great grandkids won't have to wonder who I am, who I was, what was I like.
So, the never before been seen title?
Because the page above and the following pages are a few pages I've made but haven't shared yet and thought I'd share them in one fell swoop.
It was a really good Father's Day. I'm so glad I recorded the story of the pajama pants!
Yep! That is two sons in college. Both at Savannah Tech - oh and there is another page using that one Story kit - TECH. How cool is that?
One morning Jeff and I took a sunrise photo at two different locations along the Georgia Atlantic coast, at the same time, and share with each other our morning skies. Glorious!
I took a cooking class in June. Amazing experience. Can't wait to do it again. So much fun. And the food...Yum!
Ash, Brad, and the grand-punks came for a week long plus stay and one of the highlights were water gun fights between Ian and Wyatt and the little guy loving every minute chasing them around the yard and getting soaked in the process. We all headed outside for the activities with no one person left dry.
And, the last one for today (although I have more unshared pages to come). I adore Brad, my son-in-law. He is one of the most helpful of men. He loves hanging with his father and brother-in-laws which in turn makes my heart swell with pride. On this day Jeff, Jarrod, and Brad headed to Compassion to build The Journey sets, a project that Jeff is co-leading slash superintending.