As you can see, this first one is from the week that we were puppy-sitting Princess Lola, the cute, cuddly bundle of stress. It was also the week of Mishelle and Alice's birthdays and a day on the ski hill. In this spread and the following ones I tried to work in more journaling cards. My early spreads were all photos, no words, which is OK, but it doesn't really follow along with the idea of PL, which is to document the little things.
Lisa and I'm so grateful that it all worked out in the end. And I'm also grateful to have documented the process. This way I'll remember that being strong and being brave is worth it and although it's stressful at the time, you should never settle for less than you're worth.
You'll also note on the far right there's a piece of my electricity bill. Funny story... so the other day when I was tallying up our bills for the month, Ian looked at the electricity bill, which is my responsibility, and he asked, "Why do we have a $136 credit?" Well, it turns out I paid our electricity bill twice one month and each month after that I continued to pay the credit. I even paid the $136 thinking that's what we owed. So now we have a $270 credit. I guess we won't be paying our electricity bill for awhile! *Face palm*
In Week 14, I took over the editor's chair at the Fitzhugh. I can't believe that was only a week and a half ago. I'm already exhausted from working an honest days work five days a week!
Well folks, there you have it, the last four weeks condensed into four PL spreads.
What's up with you these days? Anything exciting going on?