So it's time for me to take a little break from the page a day fun. Time has been flying by and the other day I looked over my calendar to see about any upcoming must do things. I didn't realize it was getting so close to my weekend at CKC in Tulsa where I'll be teaching five different classes. I can't believe that it's only a week away! I had to put a stop to the page a day so I could prepare for everything. I'm sure when I get back I'll pick it up again.
I don't have my latest pages to post yet but I'll get them up soon. I do have pictures of the mini-album for one of the classes that I will be teaching at Scrapbook Generation's fall retreat in Branson. This might actually be the most important scrappy thing I've ever made. It's my "Just In Case" album. Each page is actually an envelope and each envelope is for a different person that has played a huge part in my life. In each envelope is a letter to that person. Each letter is for the things that I might not say everyday or show everyday but what I definitely feel for that person. It's my just in case something ever happened to me album.
This is a little sample of the pages inside. I think there are actually ten pages total.
This album was perfect for me because I'm horrible about expressing my feelings. For some reason I'm much more comfortable writing it down.
I also wanted to include this picture...
I had bought these shirts right before Jackson was born. I was so excited that he was finally big enough to wear his. I think I ended up taking a million pictures. Mom had to hold both of them and Stacey stood behind me and danced a jig or something like that to make Drew laugh. It was quite the little production.
I almost forgot...the shirt with the felt crown survived our washer and dryer with flying colors. Looks as good as new! :) I'm actually surprised. Our washer has to be older than me. All clothes are lucky to survive!