Freshly captured photos to help you document memories for which you don't have a picture.
I couldn't resist snapping this photo of Taft reading this book that holds so many memories for me. Back in March, I blogged about the recollection that initiated my search to find this book. Interestingly enough, it was a blog reader that helped me find it! $45 dollars later (can you really put a price on extending the life of a really good memory?) Taft can now curl up with the same book that I loved when I was eight.
tell her that her 10,000 photos can be look at, not as an obligation, but an opportunity. Tell her the easiest and most authentic approach to scrapbooking begins with a memory. Once she has a memory in mind, she can either take or find a photo that illustrates her memory.
Tell her it really is that EASY.
I promised myself yesterday (no matter what) that I would plant flowers in the pots on my porch. At 8:30 last night, I started. It think starting counts. Today the sun was up early and I'm hoping it gets a bit warmer (with less wind) I plan to continue after work.
I just created this layout in 22 minutes (taking one phone call in the middle) It is based on the conversation I had with Taft, yesterday a.m. I found the photos of Taft with me and Geoff behind the Together Forever tab in the All About Us drawer, and the photos of Taft with grandma and grandpa behind the Grandparents + Me in the People We Love drawer.
It's nothing to rave about and it won't win any contests. But I LIKE it.
Make a page you like this weekend. Make it with photos of people YOU love.