Project Life: Week 4 (2013)


I’m still really enjoying Project Life in week four, and happy that I’m still “caught up”. Last week at this time, I was already behind by a couple of weeks. This is one of those weeks that I couldn’t imagine doing a full size album. I had trouble filling the pockets in the mini album for the week because I was focused on work, and didn’t do much that I thought particularly scrapbook worthy in the time that I was away from work.


Top right is my favorite kitty photo from the week. I did get some of him that were not blurry, but I love how woozy he looks in this shot. I should start making a cat vs person photo tally for this project. I have a feeling the cat would win by the end of the year. The pattern on the bottom is my favorite hand-carved stamp from the week. It took me a while to work out how to make the stamp line up when I flipped it around, and I was super happy with the result.


Top left pocket is from a drive over the Fremont Bridge. I must really be becoming a Portlander because when I saw that solid dark grey sky I immediately thought how pretty it looked. Top right pocket has a photo of my deviled eggs and some text using my grandma’s typewriter. Bottom left is a quote from this video of David Rees, who makes his living as an artisanal pencil sharpener. No joke, Bill and I both watched a twelve minute video of a guy talking about sharpening pencils. I love it when we watch videos separately and both find the same part to be our favorite. Bottom right pocket is a screenshot from Voxer app. I’m hesitant to admit this, but I watched some Twilight movies this week, and then sent photos of the movie while I was watching it to my best friend to torture her. So, I am a terrible friend with bad taste in movies. My only defense is that it was a rough week at work, and I needed something to take my mind off of it.

I worked on week five at the same time, so that spread is already almost done. I’ll be back on Thursday with another Project Life post.

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