Thursday, April 22, 2010

Well only two more days to document my Week in the Life Project. My sister and I actually started this past Saturday so we finish up tomorrow. Then the fun begins...putting the album together. We are going tonight to Michaels to get some things that are 'must-haves' for this project. There's nothing more exciting then buying 'new bling' for a new project. Well, here are some of my pictures from yesterday.


Me first thing in the morning checking my email and having a cup of hot tea..
A nice view of our eat-in-kitchen area. I love how this picture shows some of our wonderful view outside the wall of windows. It is absolutely beautiful.
Some projects that I am currently working on. My step-son graduates in June and I have been putting together an album for him. I am doing that for all of our kids. My daughter was the first. She graduated in 2007. She absolutely loves her scrapbook. It is one of her most prized possessions. I hope Matthew feels the same way.
My twin sister and I are coloring each others hair. I hate this task but since I moved up here to Virginia, my sister-in-law, the wonderful beautician that lives where I moved from, can't give me the family discount. I just can't see spending that kind of money every 4 weeks. So, my sister and I have decided to try and be each others beauticians for a while. See how it works. I may be paying the big bucks soon because I hate this...
I was trying to get a good night shot of our house. With all the lights on it looks so lovely. This picture was taken with the flash and doesn't show the look that I was wanting to capture. I may try again tonight.

I hope you have a great day. Thanks for stopping by.

2 comments:

Ma. Gladys Perez-Nejudne said...

The title of your blog really fits you well. You have a beautiful house, a beautiful sister (my sister and i also do our hair dyeing together), and you are very thoughtful to your kids. I pray that you will always have the joy as you continue to face the challenges in your blending family.

Cherri Engle said...

Gladys, thank you so much for your sweet comments. I greatly appreciated them. God Bless.