Project Life Tuesday Feb. 1

Wow! I can’t believe January is over. Looking back at my photos from each day I love how varied they are and how they are little snippets of our life.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010 – I spent a good bit of the weekend doing some organizing and cleaning out in the scrap/laundry/sewing room. I’m still never sure what to call this room, but I love it. A reorganizing had definitely been in order for a while. Walking into it all organized and the counters clear was so nice on Tuesday morning.


Wednesday, January 26, 2010 – The moon was visible in the sky all afternoon. It was so beautiful against the blue sky.


Thursday, January 28, 2010 – My wonderful mother gave me an early birthday present. These fabulous boots from Anthropology! My sister has a pair and I’ve been drooling over them for weeks. Too bad she wears a different size than me or I’d have stolen hers. Since they were out of my size online my mother had to call all over the United States and finally found them in New York. I wear them every chance I get.


Friday, January 29, 2010 – I fell in love with this necklace from Lisa Leonard while browsing her site. Sweet hubby told me to get it. It arrived and I wore it for the first time today.


Saturday, January 30, 2010 – My mom, my sister & her boyfriend came down for a visit to see Squirt’s basketball game. After the game Squirt and my sister’s friend enjoyed a few rounds of Lego Rock Band on the Wii.


January 31, 2010 – When my mom and sister came to visit my mom brought Squirt a candy jar filled with M&Ms. I think there were 109 when she brought it. He can only eat one a day and when they are gone his Pop should be leaving his overseas post and beginning the journey home.


Monday, February 1, 2010 – I never know where I’ll find the kitten. The other night I looked up and he was on top of the mantle (which is at least 5 feet from the floor) trying to climb up the brick fireplace. This morning it was the window sill in my scrap room looking like he’d pounce on something if only he could get out the window.


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