Welcome to another week of Project Life. One thing I love about this project is how it makes me focus on the little stuff, you know the day to day stuff. Like food shopping and going out to eat. I do have to say that doing this made me realize how much we eat out and that is going to stop. :) Enjoy checking out my week and be sure to hop on over to Jessica's blog to find other PL albums.
We usually do our food shopping on Sunday but because we were away all weekend Elias and I got to do the honors on Monday morning. The problem with food shopping is that it forces me to figure out what we will be eating for the whole week. Not an easy task.
Cute, right? I was suppose to buy some new clothes for my birthday, John is tired of me saying I don't have anything to wear. I tried but instead three pairs of super cute shoes called out to me. I love the ribbon on this pair.
Spring is on the way, at least I hope it is. The cold weather did not stop my little guy from going out and blowing bubbles.
How many of you do a book club. I have tried before but it never quite worked out. I am trying it again. We read an amazing book, The Invisible Bridge, I highly recommend it. It was a truly fun night, good book, good food and good friends.
We tried a new restaurant. It wasn't bad, good wings and very loud which is good for the boys.
My absolute favorite photo of the week. When we moved into our house (ten years ago) I thought this corner would be perfect for a little desk. It took awhile but I did it and I got to display a lot of my vintage cameras. LOVE THIS!
Sunday in the park with the Whites. Elias was trying out Reid's bike. Our original thought was to buy Elias a new bike but Reid's is a perfect fit for Elias so we will be getting Reid a new bike. Sometimes I feel bad for the younger child because they seem to get all the hand me downs. I am sure Elias will be thrilled with his new to him bike. :)
- I am Sarah, a stay at home mom of two wonderful, little boys. In my life before kids I was a fifth grade teacher. I now work with first year teachers, which I love. Creating is one of the ways I stay sane. I become very cranky if I have not stamped or scrapped in a while. Join me on this creative journey.