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Project 365

I started this year out with good intentions - Project 365 - a scrapbooking project that would detail something, a picture, a receipt, a note - about each day of the year. However, around the third week of March, the project came to a screeching halt. My life was consumed with all the red tape that goes along with a Medicaid application (for my mom). That literally took almost two months. In May we had a graduation party and graduation for Kaleb and Kaitlin. Late May we spent a weekend in KC. Early June we spent a weekend in OK. The rest of June and July were spent enjoying the kids and making plans for their move to Manhattan. I have now resolved to start the project back up again.

Here's a picture of my last entry, with a "catch-up" entry at the bottom of the page. The next few pages of the book are pictures of the graduation party, graduation, the KC trip, the OK Rascal Flatts concert and the Keith Urban concert. It will start back up with Aug. 1 and the kids' move.

Oh, and on a side note, please pray for the twins. They are both looking for jobs in Manhattan, and it's pretty important they find one soon.

And today's quote: "God writes the gospel not in the Bible alone, but on TREES and FLOWERS and CLOUDS and STARS." -- Martin Luther

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