Between prom and two forensics tournaments (placed at both), Mykiah dominated last week's Project Life. I'm OK with that because I know this is a long term project for me and by next year, Mykiah will only be a visitor into my Project Life albums while Chesney will take center stage as my only child still in high school.
Here's how week 15 looks in our album:
Fresh by Kristin Cronin-Barrow and Jenn Barrette
365 Unscripted: Stitched Grids by Traci Reed
The 52 Weeks by Heather Joyce
Fonts are Avenir and American Typewriter
I also did a fun page of my niece back in 2008. She was a cutie, but I did have a collection of grumpy photos:
Doodle It Up Half Pack by Lauren Grier and Cindy Schneider
Grumpy Kitty by Lauren Grier and Jenn Barrette
And finally, because it is Good Friday and I was able to sit and relax while watching Now You See Me for at least the fourth time, I did a layout using Lauren's solo kit:
I've been doing some deep thinking about what makes me happy and whether I even can be happy, but I pulled together all these photos and realized that my smile tells me I'm doing good. Maybe a bit of struggle day to day, but I'm a happy girl most of the time.
Just Let Me Be Me by Lauren Grier
[P.S. New blog header also from the Just Let Me Be Me kit and an altered Amy Martin Project Grids 6 template.]
That's what I've got for this week. I love to sit down at the end of a long week and see what comes out of me. I always surprise myself. Hope you enjoyed seeing what I did!