A page about my foot trials this year. Since June, I've suffered from plantar fasciitis and had to give up running. I still hurt, so scrapbooking about it made me feel a lot better getting it all out. And spending this whole weekend at a scrap retreat made my foot feel a lot better too! I'm trying jogging again this week. Turkey Day 5K, I've got my eye on you. (Note: the Haflinger tag fell off my shoes, so I put it on the page. Commemorating the most money I've spent on shoes in my life. But it helped, I admit grudgingly.)
Here's my next page:
I turned the sketch into a two-pager to celebrate the apple orchard we went to; I had a lot of photos, more than I could fit on one page. I used a lot of older papers for this page, one of which is Scenic Route, I believe. (Remember them? Sigh. They were terrific.) Here's some close ups:
I love randomly stitched photo frames.
I used this embellishment cluster to cover up a little kid on top of the haystack. Plus to balance the page. Here's page 1:
And page 2:
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