Jennifer Blake: Project Life 2013: Week 18

Project Life 2013: Week 18

May 11, 2013

It is week 18, which I cannot believe, and I am still obsessed with project life. I just love everything about it. I love being able to capture small daily moments to document. Last night Aaron and I looked back at the first few pages I did, which were pictures from our Honeymoon and it was so nice to remember those moments. This is our story and eventually it will become our family story, I love that we will have this for years to come, to remember this exact time in our lives. 

Also, can we just talk about how much difference natural light makes when you are snapping pictures, I apologize for the terrible quality of last weeks pictures. 

Life has been crazy, the good and bad kind of crazy. It has been filled with spring term coming to end an end, finals are officially over, too many tears have been shed and not enough laughs. Now that we are in our summer session and things have calmed down, I expect more laughs than tears. Seriously, I think I cry over everything lately, that is apparently one thing stress does to me! 


So what happend this week? We welcomed May and said so long to April! In the first spread I just captured a few small moments like the gorgeous weather, a delicious breakfast, and an afternoon date with Aaron. There is an extra small spread in the middle, where I shared a day in the life. It was fun to do this and I hope to do it again in the future before the year is over! Maybe I will share this one on the blog soon. The last page is mostly journaling, I threw in my May goals and a journal card that I loved.

What I loved this week...I loved playing around with some new stamps that I bought from Elise. I also loved incorporating Studio Calico's May project life box. I absolutely adore every single item that came in the box.

That is about it, you guys get to see it today because tomorrow I have a mothers day post lined up!

Happy weekend, friend.

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