I meant to get to this post( and others) this week, but my allergies sidelined me a bit. That's part of a week in the life though. Having the cards ready to go and being in a prepared mindset has helped me to participate this week. I decided to incorporate some of the prompts from the Get It Scrapped September photo challenge into the event. Here are just a few snapshots which capture a small part of my family's week.
“Riddikulus!” Something I deal with weekly...a dryer that doesn't lock. So I have to use duct tape to keep the door shut. This week, our dryer sported hot pink duct tape.
disappointed in our cabana.
Jot Magazine and part of the latest Masterful Scrapbook Design seminar.Having the time to recharge and just watch the world go by can definitely be a perk to being a wallflower.
Technically, week in the life has another day to go. At this point, I would be content to say that my week has ended on a high note. I will be working on my week in the life pages to include in my Project Life spreads for this month.
If you didn't take part in Ali Edwards A week in the Life Project, that's ok. You can try it out anytime you please. In fact, it helps to mix the project during different months of each year so that you can get a different perspective on things.