I have enjoyed reading about Courtney Walsh's new book A Sweethaven Summer. Here is a link to her blog
Courtney offered a challenge to complete a project inspired by some of the topics in her book. I was inspired by the layout Memory Keeper. I feel it is my job to document memories so my children can enjoy and appreciate them as they get older. Unfortunately, my kids were born in 1983 and 1988 - well before the days of digital cameras. Even then I was the exception, taking lots of photos but now I think not nearly enough. And we would have to wait to get the prints developed to see if the photo was any good or not. This is one of my favorite snapshots of my daughter as I caught her reflection in the glass. Even at this age, she was focused, determined, strong willed. I do not remember if she was looking at someone or just the future. But, I will remember this photo as we sit in the stadium in May as receives her Doctoral degree!
Sketch by Rochelle Spears. Products by Webster's Pages.
Monday, March 5, 2012
Inspired by a Sweethaven Summer
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This is gorgeous absolutely love all the detailsReplyDelete