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Scrapping Mania!

I spent the day scrapbooking the Joplin Family's 2007. I still have quite a bit to do, but I managed to get about 8 pages done. Here are some of the pages I did:Nothing fancy. Just highlights from last year.
I finished a book last night by a new author, Therese Fowler. The title of the book is "Souvenirs", and it was really good. Kind of a tear-jerker, but good nonetheless.

I picked up the pet carrier from the vet today. Said a prayer for Callie as I did. I know she's in a better place. We're now thinking about getting a kitten. Muffin needs a playmate. Corby says "no", but I'm sure I can talk him into it. We'll wait a bit - probably after we get back from a few short trips in June.

Today's quote (as I listen to scrambled music on my computer): "Music washes away from the soul the dust of every day life." -- B. Auerbach


MrsJ said…
love the pages - i am so jealous. wish i would have known you were a scrapper before!
Linda J said…
I don't have much time to scrapbook, but I've found that doing the 8x8 books is much faster. Show some of your pages if you get the chance!
Heather rules said…
Sorry you have to come back today. ;o(
Jennifer Lynne said…
I love to scrapbook! I just wish I had the time to do it. I've started Jaycee's scrapbook and never could stay caught up.

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