Well here ‘tis: electronic proof that miracles do happen! With this blog I’m overcoming my techno-fear and procrastination simultaneously. Am feeling smugly virtuous. Credit where credit’s due though; a huge and heartfelt thanks to the ever so lovely and always inspiring Al Hannah for talking me through the set-up.
I set some scrapbooking goals for myself for this year, including:
1. Complete a layout a week for the year.
2. Finish (and in some cases, start) some mini albums that are still on the to do list.
So how are we doing?
Well, I’m slightly ahead of schedule on Goal Number 1, especially if I count the ones that just need some journaling. So a high five to self on that score. Here’s the first layout of the year (and, incidently, the first photos printed from my sublime new camera – a definite pro of Husband leading a school mission trip to the
. God bless duty free. J) Philippines
I’m keeping my own stuff pretty simple at the moment, partly because I find I’m always happiest with the simpler ones, and partly because while we’re renting as our new house is being built, 95% of my stash is in storage. Remember those first, heady days of discovering scrapbooking? Going to the local store, photos in hand, picking out the bits and pieces one at a time to match….that’s me at the moment.
And Goal Number 2? Not so impressive. Presenting Exhibit A: The Shame File:
NZ Album: Not yet started. 6 years of procrastination
So, plenty of room for improvement there! And, come to think of it, plenty of excuses to go shopping. There’s always a silver lining.
Now, off to complete aforementioned journaling….