Happy Monday! I’ve decided to continue uploading my Project Life spreads since I’ve been thoroughly enjoying seeing what others have created for their albums. Yesterday I saw this post and it really got me thinking about the possibilities of what changes I could make for my album next year. I’ve been enjoying doing a weekly spread, but I’m sure I’m going to want to have some options for other formats when January hits. Change is good :-)
For Week 15 I focused mainly on a Saturday trip to the Los Angeles/Santa Monica area where our (or should I say O’s) main goal was to get me to eat sushi. I’ve always been very hesitant to try raw fish, and in general I didn’t grow up eating any kind of fish, so eating sushi was not something that was at the top of my goals list (actually, it wasn’t on there at all!). However, I know how much O loves food, and especially sushi, so it seemed only right to give it a try after all this time of us being together. Before we went I knew I was gong to give it a fair try. I wasn’t going to pick at my food . . . I was going to take full bites and try to not think about what I was eating, but more about how it tasted. To my surprise, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be. For now, it falls pretty low in my preferred food choices, but I definitely wouldn’t be opposed to eating sushi again. In fact, those spicy albacore chips were pretty darn good!
I found the quote “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together” here . I’m absolutely loving this quote and have it installed as my desktop wallpaper.
This artwork for “The World is your Oyster” is from a desktop calendar I have at work. Occasionally I’ll hold onto the quotes that I want to use in my PL album or just pin up for future inspiration. It seemed to fit quite well for this week’s spread :-)
Easter fell in Week 16, so I knew I would be using a lot of photos from that day. I love the photo of O with his mom from when we went out to breakfast after church. So much sunshine and happiness from spending time with family on that day.
I’m so crazy about that Dear Lizzy bunny sticker!
Again, the “Life is a beautiful ride” is another desktop calendar pick- definitely getting another one of these calendars next year!