All About You in 52, Week 41

One down and one to go. Adam and Vanessa had a wonderful start on their life together. Now the focus turns to my daughter who is getting married in April. Her and David are awesome together!


Lists! I make lists nearly everyday. List for groceries, a “to do” list, list of guests, list of goals, list for my husband to pick up things before coming home from work. Lists, Lists, Lists! So I turned my attention to Lists in my Life.

First up is one of my first loves. Reading. I can’t remember not reading. My mother has been and is an tenacious reader. One of my favorite items in my house growing up is that mom and dad’s classic bookend busts that held three books that were published by Readers Digest of some of the great classics.

Reading was more than just gaining information. Reading was about experiencing life with words. Heidi is one of my favorites still today. I can see Grandfather, Goat Peter, Grandmother. I can taste the goat’s milk and cheese that Heidi ate in the loft with the fresh hay.

Little Women is a book I still read annually. What a beautiful story of real families in a real world of problems. I wanted to marry Laurie and I so wanted to be a writer like Jo! What an influence these books had on me.

Question 41

What books did you enjoy growing up?

My Answer




Journaling
"Heidi
Can you taste the goats milk & cheese?
Little Women
I wanted to be Jo March
Wuthering Heights
Love, revenge, tragedy
My first dark novel"

Ingredients
Pattern Paper: October Afternoon
Title: Lil’ Davis Epoxy Stickers
Journaling: Making Memories tiny alphas
Photos: Google
Brads: Anna Griffin, wood brads
Tools: Fiskars Doodle Dandy Border Punch, Fiskars Rotary Trimmer, Tim Holtz Paper Piercer, Fiskars Micro-Tip Scissors

Michelle I have you address. Thanks for your faithfulness in completing your book! If you are just joining in pick a questions and join in. Every Monday I post a new prompt and Randomly draw a winner of a Debby’s Dare RAK from the comments left on the blog post for those who leave a link to their layout. I have created a blog just for all the questions. Dared Ya! is up and operational. Check it out and pick a question to do this week just for YOU!

Thank you for the cards I received this week. They were such an encouragement in my busy days leading up to the wedding!

Debby’s Dream Studio
Want to see a sneak? Oooo, Lisa has been up to it again. Check out the entire project at Debby’s Dream Studio. You are going to totally love it!



Are you getting ready for Fall or Halloween? I will have a tutorial this week with a new Halloween project using Core’dinations. Debby’s Dream Studio has the Jenni Bowlin Signature Line of Core’dinations. These cardstock pages are already embossed and waiting for you to add your touch. DDS also has some Halloween colors of Core’dination. If you order something just for Halloween projects make a comment when you check out and I’ll put your order in the mail no later than the next day via Priority Mail.

BLOG HOP
I’m excited to be participating in my very first blog hop sponsored by Scrapbook News and Review‘s “A Faith Perspective.” It takes place November 14 and you know me, I’m going to have some great fun. Watch here and on A Faith Perspective for more details.

Gratitude List
1. sunshine today
2. our new family member
3. colors and the beauty they bring in my life
4. God creator of my life and all that is around me
5. to be able to “be still” and “know that He is God”

Comments

  1. oh heidi..i loved that book! i loved nancy drew books the most

    great lo!

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  2. I love this weeks question I was and is am a big reader. . .

    I am glad you have a day of sunshine enjoy it. We have rain out here today which makes it a good day to read or just crawl back into bed!

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  3. Love, love, LOVE the layout and that you included a picture of yourself when you are younger.

    I am taking Ali Edward's Yesterday and Today class at Big Picture Scrappbooking and I may use your idea!

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  4. Debby, lovely layout! I love reading, always have, and Little Women is one of my favorites, too. Two standout memories from my childhood are the day we got our library cards and the first day I was allowed to check out a book from the adult section. It was a Perry Mason mystery, LOL.

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  5. WOW! Is that embossed Core'dinations cardstock ever a great choice for this adorable project! Thanks for showing it.

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  6. My page is done for the week. .. it was a tough week of being sick I think it needs something but can not come up with something that makes it seem like it should be there.

    Thanks for reminding that I should put my age on the picture so they will know how old I am years from now.

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