OK, wow. We have assembled a great group for our first session of my Library of Memories class. I am sorry to cut short our registration period, but I need to make sure that I can in fact provide the interaction that I want to — I posted the syllabus and you responded! I’m really excited to get going on this.
To those that are in – thank you. I will not let you down. We have a fun and perspective altering summer ahead of us. For those that are not in – we will run this course again in January 07, which is a wonderful time of year to hunker down and get organized and motivated for big picture scrapbooking.
Now, several months ago The Big Picture was featured at scraptalk.com as the Pink Project and my friend Deb Mitchell decided to host a little contest. Faced with the dilemma of coming up with a suitable prize, I promised admittance to this dream workshop of mine.
So .. it is finally my pleasure to say congratulations to:
You all get a free ticket to Library of Memories
Cant wait to meet you in class!
On the life side of things, it all of a sudden decided to get HOT in Spokane, so we are enjoying what feels like summer unseasonably early. You generally can’t count on sunny skies here until after the fourth of July.
Anyway .. Taft, now five and legal as co-pilot of the scooter, has been helping me ride Chase and Trey to school in the mornings – way fun.
My Wednesday words are in honor of my mom — as it is her birthday today. This quote is from a very cool book that I got in the mail for Mother’s Day [Compendium, Inc of course]
Being a Mom means
never having a minute . . .
yet always making a moment.
I think the reason I think I can do so much is because my mother always did. She is now the age that her mother was when she passed away and so I am particularly grateful today that she is healthy and so active that I can rarely find her home. She has a zest for life and learing and I’m rather sure I have her to thank for my current state of affairs!
happy birthday mom!
I’m on my way to PROVO! I always get a bit nostalgic when CKU returns to Provo, as it was there that the frenzy was first felt and the nervous anticipation of it all “going well” revisits me when I’m there. I’m looking forward to seeing some of you – please, if you’re a BPS supporter, say Hello!