I decided ages ago to submit an entry into a DT callout. I didn't make it :0( but it did inspire me to do this layout of some photos I had been holding onto. I just love the photos you get of real time, not posey, staged ones but the ones that really show how people are when no one is watching them. In my little old house I have a perfect vantage point from my dining room into my loungeroom and I often get to see and hear the kids doing things when they think no one else is around. They are the memories I want to keep, I want to share, I want to remember. It's not the most perfect photo but it is the perfect picture to tell the story of our family. I think everyone should remember scrapping isn't about making a pretty album it's about telling a story, YOUR story and you should scrap the photos that help to show what and who you are. Lace is lovely and glimmer mists are great but when it comes down to it I want to look back at my album and smile because of the memories it brings back, not because I got an A+ in my photography course and I have the most expensive embellishments on my pages.
Anyway, enough of my prattling on. Kev is away again, so as usual I have big plans to get some serious paper type therapy done. But I won't make any promises, let's be pleasantly surprised rather than disappointed, tehehe!
Take care of each other,
see you soon.