Attempting to live a better story ... and scrapbooking it.
Well done on getting these done and completed. Family meal times together are such a blessing aren't they?
So lovely to see all of your thankful pages Ruth. I love the format you are using - and I super love that your boy likes the Mama Mia soundtrack! :o) So cute!!!I have so many things to be thankful for, Ruth, and I count your sweet friendship among those blessings.
How wonderful your thankful pages are. I like this template Cathy picked out. Sadly, I haven't dived into the digital world yet. I enjoyed all your thoughts but my favorite was about your SIL, that's so nice you can enjoy her so much. I'm not that close with mine and feel like we have missed out on it. YAY for pampering yourself!Thanks for sharing and looking forward to seeing you next week.
I always think my fingernails are too short for a manicure but they are the same length as yours and yours look sensational ... I might have to try one!
Great pages Ruth! I love that you've chosen some big things AND some small things to be grateful for.
When my two were in Primary school they did a schools stage version of Mamma Mia and it was great fun. So I guess today I'm thankful for the way in which reading a blog can trigger a happy memory for me too
Such warm pages - and I am sitting here envying you that lovely handwriting!
What a nice combination of aspects to be thankful for! I especially loved your day 4 about meals. That is something that was so powerful about my childhood but that I struggle with as an adult with my own family because of different schedules. I continually try to make it work though because it is so important and meaningful.
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