Friday, October 14, 2011

Person behind the camera

One thing I do usually notice when I scrapbook is more often than not, I am NOT in the pictures I scrapbook. This is because I am always behind the camera. While I love taking pictures, and I love all my gadgets to do it with, the memories aren't complete if we are always behind the camera.
So I can say it was kind of a blessing that the rain continuously happened during my family's vacation to disney and my camera broke a bit more. The reason this is a blessing is because, while I got my new nikon that is a huge upgrade to what I had during this vacation. (yay early Christmas present for me!) I did not want this camera to get water damaged so I kept it in its carry pouch the majority of the trip.
By not taking pictures myself I insisted we use the disney photo pass. I knew that it would cost me some money to get the pictures prints/downloaded etc but in the end would be worth it. It was very worth it as I utilized it enough that I got a ton of pictures put on a disc to use at my leisure and most of our memories have ME with my family on our fun filled trip.



A little rain didn't ruin our fun!

Excited for lemonade, cookies and fireworks!

Baby thriving after life-saving heart transplant

While school has been keeping me very busy as has the family vacation I felt bad for my absence and thought I would share a story with you that I read today. I am not a huge fan of reading the news because generally speaking it is always sad/ depressing ... just generally unhappy news.
This however is very happy news for a family, and I am sure this mother will be preserving all her memories with her daughter.

Baby thriving after life-saving heart transplant

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

september swap cards

It's that time of month again where you get to see some great creativity from myself and other fellow close to my heart consultants.
This month Aimee picked the theme of putting a little nature in to our cards.Everyone did an outstanding job on these cards, I can't wait to receive mine in the mail.


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