Wow! Is there anyone out there still?
So it's been...well...cough...eleven months...cough...
It has been quite a year...we barely got settled into our house when we welcomed Baby Boy #2 - Jensen Michael - seven weeks early. After a month-long stay in the NICU, I am happy to say he is now a happy, healthy, mischievous 10-month-old! But, it's been quite an adjustment to learning how to be a family of four and juggle two boys. I don't know how you super moms do it! Unfortunately, the craziness of this past year has caused me to completely neglect this hobby that I love. But, I'm back! It may be a slow process getting back into the swing of things, but I'm trying. So bear with me as I try to play catchup and remember how to use my paper trimmer and ATG gun...it could get messy!
So, in the past couple weeks, I have managed to throw together three Project Life spreads going way back to 2013 and 2014 and will share them over the next few days. I've decided I will definitely complete all my Project Life albums from 2013 onwards, still dedicating one spread to each week, and I just accepted the fact it will take lots of time. I have thankfully been diligent about writing up my weekly notes and organizing my photos which makes catching up on Project Life much easier. I am going to start my 2016 album here soon. The plan is to keep up as much as possible in 2016 and work back filling in all the missing weeks from 2013, 2014 and 2015 when I can. We will see how that works.
And if it doesn't, that's okay. See, I don't do new year's resolutions. But, I saw this quote posted on FaceBook a couple weeks ago and decided to adopt it as my 2016 mantra...
So that's how I plan to scrapbook this year. I am just going to breathe, trust, let go and see what happens...and I am just going to ENJOY the process. It doesn't matter if I'm scrapping last week, last month or last year as long as I am finding pleasure in it.
So, there you have it! Thank you to all who took the time to read this post. I promise I'll be posting scrappy creations here very soon...starting with those Project Life spreads!