Thursday, September 8, 2011

LOAD and LSNED - Day Six

On the Sixth, I completed three more LSNED pages:

Sunday is shopping day for me.  I always make a list and coordinate coupons. And end up in a mess when half the items on my list aren't on the shelves at the store!


This layout celebrated having completed my 30 LSNED backgrounds on the 5th.  Just start. It's half the battle.


With the girls back in school, I was able to crank the tunes and do some strength training.  Those September daily goals are going well!

12 comments:

scrappyjacky said...

I shop on Sunday as well...and have just the same problems!!And I so agree with Day 5.

Jo.C said...

The one from the 5th is so true and one I seem to have been repeating to myself all week.

Ginger said...

I see some pretty things on those pages Cheri!! I absolutely need music when working out!!

Karen said...

I could have written the statements on all three pages! I keep all my coupons organized in an envelope in my purse, but I'm always hunting as I wait at the register! Love those butterfly embellishments.

Sian said...

Start! Yes! you are so right. I'm working on my procrastination problem this month

scrapchick said...

Pretty pages and so agree with all of your lessons!

Angelfish said...

Yes, to start is the thing! I've got daily notes, but need to translate that into pages.

scrappysue said...

Love all your LSNED LO's Cheri; it must really help to make the pages first, go you! I am type A also, which is why my procrastination stops most projects in their tracks before I even start, ugh!!!!

Thanks so much for your kind comments on our very sad news, much appreciated. x

Denise said...

I shop on Sundays too - I love the 'soar' page especially

alexa said...

I love those top two especially! Yep, just doing the smallest step possible generates enough energy for the next one ...

Cheryl said...

I just had the best half hour catching up on your blog posts. Firstly, congratulations on such a big bloggy milestone, as well as the good news regarding your husband's employment. Secondly, your mixed media art is AMAZING, Cheri! Truly beautiful. And I love the albums you've been working on - the Words to Live By book is such a great idea, and I about drooled over the Moleskine album (I have a slight obsession with these tiny notebooks). It was also so nice to read about your fabulous birthday weekend, and although I know the situation was less than humorous at the time, I enjoyed reading your humorous telling of your basement woes. Both your writing and art are always such great inspirations, Cheri. I so appreciate getting to see them.

Cheryl said...

I love your post just start, I should remember that is you start that is half the battle x