Sunday, 10 February 2013

Week Two

I am a little bit behind on Project Life, currently halfway through week three, but I'm not letting myself get stressed by it because I'm enjoying the process so much :)

Here's week two, side one:


This was a busy week which started with some gorgeous cakes to celebrate my friend Sarah's birthday. Car parts had to be purchased when I forgot to replace the cap on the water bottle! I learnt, after owning one for 15 years, that Money Trees flower! It was our first full week back at work after the Christmas break and Maddie found it difficult to muster a smile. My beautiful niece Alice Rose was born :) and I wanted to document that I'm the only one who ever makes the tea at work!

Side two:


Cute cuddles with the dogs (this will probably be a weekly feature me and Maddie will never tire of) I read My Animals and Other Family by Clare Balding and she replied to one of my Tweets!!!! I baked a birthday cake to take to my monthly crop and spent a fab day with the girls at the crop, actually did two whole layouts! Finally there is Lily, my neighbour's cat, who loves to join me in the garden for cuddles…when the hounds aren't around!

Already I'm loving going back and looking at the weeks that have passed.

Well another weekend is over and a new week is about to begin. I am so excited for the week to start because I'm going down to see Paul on Thursday and, apart from 30 minutes on New Year's Day, I haven't seen him since 1st December!

Have a good week and thanks for stopping by
Jo xx

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8 comments:

Lisa-Jane said...

Its wonderful to hear you enjoying PL. Have fun with Paul, that does sound like a long time apart!

humel said...

Another fun collection of snippets and details :) And an exciting week to look forward to!

Sandra said...

It's not just enjoyable seeing your Project Life pages, but to read the round up, is just as much fun. Really great pages Jo. MA was saying at the crop on Saturday she'd read one time that even Becky Higgins got behind on PL, so if its ok for her, who are we to worry lol x

Louise said...

enjoy...it doesn't matter how far behind you are as long as you enjoy it. Great pages x

Barbara Eads said...

This is the first year that I've decided to try PL. I'm going to do it on a monthly basis. I think that will be more doable for me.

Sian said...

Have a great time!!

Your PL is looking brilliant.

Alison said...

You are obviously enjoying PL!
Alison xx

Lorraine said...

Looks like you put a lot of work in Jo. The pages look fab.