The sun was shining through the blinds beaming down on my craft desk. As I looked out the window, I could see the leaves twirling down from the trees. Some were yellow, some had a little red, but all were lovely.
|April 2008 :: Walland, Tennessee|
At the other side of the desk, this is what I see. Zach thought it would be cute to catch the Momster before she's had a shower, hence the very close crop. Yes, I have to wear reading glasses to read the screen print that wasn't as blurry a year ago as it is today. Ugh.
|September 2010 :: our mac, also a thing of beauty|
And these are the journaling cards I designed to document stories for the Wright Family Fall Mini-Album. There are faint grey lines to be used for cutting guides, which should help you to size them to a perfect 6x4 card. You might notice that one card has room to include a date and one is blank.
You could also use them in an album like this one for just about any occasion. The cards are free for your personal use. Just click on the download arrow in the box above or go to the free downloads tab in the menu bar below my blog header.
I spent some time writing. About my feelings. About what we do as a family. You know, those little things that don't really seem all that important. Now. But wait. When I look at our album in the future, I'm sure I will read these words and will have forgotten some things. And I'll smile because the story is not lost. Smile because I took the time to write them down.
Most people don't feel comfortable with their writing skills. And especially not writing about their feelings. Forget your inhibitions and just do it. As with everything, it gets easier with time and practice.