I have found only one drawback to diving back into the mania and joy that is digital scrapbooking.  With Jason three-thousand miles away and not here to drag me off the computer, I am staying up way too late creating.

But, oh!  Don’t you think it’s worth it??


Journaling: So far, this period of our family’s life has been one of the most difficult we’ve encountered. The decision to live apart to fulfill our dream of moving to Seattle was not an easy one. We know it’s the right thing to do, though. People tell us we’re brave for selling the house and splitting our family up while we work towards our goal…but I see it instead as a willingness to sacrifice short-term comforts for the long-term health and happiness of our family. We’ll be together again soon enough, more appreciative than ever of our time together. We’re not waiting for someday – we’re making our dreams come true right now!


(Credits behind the cut!)

“Not Waiting For Someday”: Scraplifted from “Across the Seven Seas” by Mou Saha (Creating Keepsakes, June 2009, pg. 61); Background paper by Amanda Rockwell (Crushin’ On My Little Man); Star buttons by Karah Fredricks (Bountiful Buttons); Arrows by Karah Fredricks (Get the Point and Journey); Tab stickers by Wild Dandelions (525600 Minutes); Blue papers in title by Amy Wolff (5255 Collab Kit), Wild Dandelions (525600 Min.), & Wimpychompers (Cool Cats); Stitching by Birgit Kerr (Easy Living); Fonts: False Positive BRK (Title), DJB SusanB1, Pea Roni Script

“Stuck”:Template (modified) by Amber Reimer (No Reimer Reason); Papers (some recolored) and painted cardboard elements from 5255 Collab Kit by Amy Wolff & Amy Martin; Kraft paper by mgl Scraps (365 International kit); Stitching by Gillian Foley (Boho Chic Collab Kit); Date numerals from Mark That Date by Two Sisters Designs; Fonts: Century Gothic, Times New Omen, Pea Reese