Both layouts are lovely, but the writing in Watch is so moving.
Happy Birthday tomorrow my wonderful, talented, loving special daughter. Hope it's super special and that you blog about it.As to what's for dinner.....let them know this is what you're serving, and anyone who doesn't like it is welcome to fix their own dinner (pb&J anyone?)
Oh yes, I agree completely with Karen, your journaling for Watch is very emotive.Meal planning/deciding is just the pits!
Your "Watch" LO gave me chills. It's beautiful, as is your family.
Cheri, these pages are such fine examples of the "you get out what you put in" maxim. They will be so valuable years from now, with their powerful journaling and fine pictures.
I love both the pages,Cheri...and found myself nodding in agreement with what you've written.I do sometimes answer the question of 'what's for dinner?' with 'whatever you're cooking'!!
Hey Cheri! I've been slack in visiting blogs, but so fun to see you taking 31 things too! I've been loving this class, though I haven't done much beyond the writing. But the writing itself has been HUGE and I'm really enjoying what's coming from it!!
Are you planning to print these off? The Watch prompt is beautiful writing Cheri... You have inspired me to sit down and do some writing myself :)
Amazing layouts! Your journaling on the WATCH page is wonderful. I love the two photos or then and now.
I think we can definately all identify with what you have written for your 'Watch' page...and I HATE thinking about mealtimes too!Alison xx
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