Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Project Life: Weeks 8 and 9

I ended up getting five weeks worth of pictures printed this week, but I don't want to overflow this post, so I decided to stick with two weeks at a time. I'm really please with how I've been able to speed up my process. Not exactly sure HOW I've managed to do it, but I'm happy! Hopefully I can keep it up.

Week 8:
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 The first picture is one that Munch took right before we left for our morning walk. Have I mentioned I LOVE using his photos in this project?

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Week 8 was a very sad week for us.  We lost John's grandmother. She was a HUGE part of his life and we all loved her dearly. She will always be missed and hold a large part of our hearts.

Week 9:
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 Week 8 was the first week of Munch's art class and instead of putting the actual artwork in, I decided to photograph the pictures and put add them to Project Life that way. This week he drew a fat purple caterpillar. It's one of my two favorites he did during the class.

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One of the things I do when trying to get up to date on Project Life is go through all my sent/received emails from that week. Seriously, I don't get rid of ANYTHING...although this has been a great way to clear out my emails. It's been interesting to see the memories I find hidden in those files and the ones that I recall when looking over the photos from that week. SO SO happy I started doing this.
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Laurel said...

I love the fuzzy caterpillar too! And love that you are capturing the art in PL. Awesome!

Nirupama said...

Love your idea to photograph their art and include it that way. It certainly turned out great, and you an include a full picture that way too. Also, sorry to hear about your loss. Nice of you to include a memory in your PL.

Fiona said...

Well done for catching up! I love how you've included your son's artwork!

Lisa Johnson said...

That's AWESOME that you're getting 5 weeks done so fast. Isn't PLife the best?

Sorry to hear about the loss of your husband's grandmother. What neat pictures/memories to include of her!