Tuesday, March 18, 2008

I Really Do Scrapbook!

It has been so long since I posted a new page! I really do scrapbook all of the time! Right now I'm working on the sketches for the Sketch-a-palooza class from Feeling Scrappy and I'll be able to post around 20 pages at the begining of next month! I also just finished my first page for the Legacy of Faith challenges and posted it here. I also completed the Book of Me challenge on Feeling Scrappy. I challenged everyone to make a layout about their bucket list - like in the movie "The Bucket List" in which two terminally ill men escape from a cancer ward and head off on a road trip with a wish list of to-dos before they die. Here's mine. It isn't my best work ever but I like that I wrote down a list of things I want to do before I kick the bucket. There's a study somewhere that says if you write down your goals and dreams they are, like, 1000% more likely to come true! It's difficult to see, but on the little circle beside the word "life" it says "make it count." I just love that statement. We really don't know how long we have in this life and it is so easy to be distracted from the important things. This reminds me to remember and make it count!

If you haven't written down your own bucket list, I challenge you to.

2 comments:

Boston Family said...

The Bucket List was a great idea for a scrapbook page. I like how your LO turned out.

The Walker Family said...

great page. You have several things I would like to do too (piano and guitar). I'll definately add this to the pages I will be doing in the future.

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