Monday, February 20, 2012

LOAD 18


Papers are from Katie Pertiet "Destination Seaside".  Template is Tiffany Tillman "Storytellers" with a LOT of adjustments to fit my needs for this story.

12 comments:

Amy said...

Melanoma is a common form of cancer here, so much so, that school children, in the warmer/sunnier months have to wear a broad brimmed hat when in the playgound at school - not hat, no play!
I'm glad Jay has remained cancer free!

Karen said...

Lovely page and what a fantastic outcome to Jays operation. Hope it stays that way for a long, long time. xxx

Sian said...

A great story to celebrate on a lovely page - despite the scare you all look relaxed and happy in the picture :)

Karen said...

Such an important story to get on paper. Glad to hear the melanoma has not reoccured. The template is beautiful. I'd love to see the template before you adjusted it since I'm "template-changing challenged!"

MonicaB said...

Wonderful page. I'm glad to hear everything has been fine. I always worry about Melanoma because I burn easily and had many bad sunburns as a child.

Great job keeping up with LOAD and so impressed.

Denise said...

It's always a worry isn't it - glad that everything has been fine too x

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

A great layout documenting a bit of family history that should be remembered. This is cool, Cheri.

Jo.C said...

Good page to look back on what must have been such a scary time. It is lovely to see how you have all changed too. Thanks for your lovely comment. Think I am starting to see the sun again.

scrappyjacky said...

A great page to celebrate something so important.

Melissa said...

I like how you pulled that story from the photos! And it's always great to see layouts about hubby because it seems a lot of scrapbookers have the fewest number of layouts about our hubbies.

Maria Ontiveros said...

What a great post today! Thanks for sharing your story. It's a great reminder to cherish what we have.
Rinda

Ginger said...

Another great layout Cheri.Your LOAD layouts have certainly been inspiring!