Haven't done this in so long that I have almost forgotten how. I want to write more of the stories of my day to day. I do more and then forget more all of the time. When I get ready to put photos and stories into our albums, I end up with more photos because of the lost moments.
Last night we went to The Parlor, a club in town, after Jon got home from work. We met some of his co-workers for the evening. Recently we had mentioned to each other that when we are with others we should ask someone to take a photo of the two of us. We take loads of pictures but seldom of the two of us together. This time we did it, and I love the result.
It was great to meet these folks. I've heard about them for a long time but wasn't well enough to go out later in the day. The club is full of pool tables and then there is a Comedy Club in another section. We had nachos and waffle fries, while we talked and laughed and had a great time.
Today was so mellow. We were at the Mall from 8:30 this morning until 9:30 and didn't bump into our friends, Berni and Neal. We usually do and so I hope they are okay. We had coffee and breakfast and then came home. It has been a laundry, email and relaxing day. I finally cleared the work table off and put new clean freezer paper on it. I thought why not as it's a new year.
(I can't figure out how to delete this photo and to orient it correctly I would need to upgrade, and that would require monthly charge. So, please forgive this and I will be more careful in the future.)
It was my intention to challenge myself with a new size album. I quickly found that I didn't feel like I had enough space for pictures and stories. I talked to Brooke at Urban Scrapper, our Scrapbook Store of choice, and ordered a 12x12 album. I relaxed the minute that I did. Thinking about my past albums there are so many pictures in them that the stories come to me by viewing them. Now I feel like they should be more descriptive so that others can experience them. More stories.
I'll try to do more of this so that I can find the details when I put pages together.