I love this project! I still have so much fun putting it together each week. Love how it captures all our activities and memories, while providing me with a creative outlet! That being said, I'm trying to decide how to do it next year. I feel like I am getting burnt out with taking pictures and reinventing the wheel when it comes to documenting our lives. I may try a month to month approach vs. weekly approach. Or just add photos to it that I love or that tell a story. I'm not sure yet. I know I want to continue next year, but just not sure in what capacity yet. Are any of you trying to debate your approach for next year? Any ideas???
I was working a temp job this week while I waited for my permanent job reassignment. I had absolutely nothing to do, so thank goodness I was able to read all day. I finished two books. The Mindy Kaling book was a really quick read. I finished it in about 3 hours. The Jodi Picoult book was good, but I always love her books. She is probably one of my favorite authors. She wrote My Sister's Keeper. It's way better than the movie. Other favorites of mine by her are Nineteen Minutes and The Pact.
I need to hurry up and get a job so that I have less time to bake! Everytime I get bored lately, I seem to bake these cookies. Not a good habit to get into. I use 1/2 cup less oats than the recipe calls for and add 1/2 cup of chocolate chips to the recipe. So delish!
On Friday night, we joined some family friends for a high school football game at my alma mater. I lived here for a year and a half in high school, so it was fun to get back and enjoy a game. I still remembered a few of the cheers from the days that I was on the pep squad, don't be jealous...