Projects I definitely have. Tonight I made a to-do list. I know I won't be able to do all of it (there's 18 things on it, and two involve painting or staining). Still, if I do a couple things a week, I should make it.
What's on my list? Here's a few things, in no particular order:
- Stain the deck.
- Wash the living room walls and paint them.
- Get rid of lily-of-the-valley (or try to, at least).
- Transplant four plants a little pinched for space.
- Clean closets.
- Clean out my car.
- Sweep the garage.
- Make Christmas mini album and my me-mini. (Those have been in the works for a while. Must. Get. Done.)
- Do photo book for my retired colleague.
- Get started on my sons' school albums, maybe by purchasing Cathy Z templates and doing it hybrid.
- Avoid my husband while the Mariners play. (That really wasn't on the list, but it will be if their season doesn't pick up.)
- Put together my recipe book.
BTW, I've read you are more likely to achieve your goals if you make them public, which is why I put the most painful and dreaded tasks in this post. Truth be told, I should probably do a LO of them too--especially if I give myself permission to cross off what I've done at the end of summer and post the page then! OK, I'm on that.
Speaking of starting, here's a couple reunion LOs I made as the reunion season starts here. One was from last fall:
It's not a great photo--blurry, and we've all looked better. Still, a three-generation photo is special and must be scrapped. I used May's Studio Calico kit for it, the last I made with it before I broke apart the remains.
The next is from last weekend at the Nelson family reunion:
Again a slightly blurry photo, but that's why God made black and white. I used the color combo at The Color Room for this, as well as that glorious Bazzill stitching template, which is my best scrapping friend right now.