Monday, March 18, 2013

daily life

Wow! These pictures sure stack up if you get a day or two behind. Sometimes editing everyday gets a little overwhelming, but then I suppose it isn't as overwhelming as letting the photos stack up. So here they are. I think I've just about caught up on editing and posting or very nearly. So let's see if I can keep from getting behind again!

For scrapbooking news: I've got a new Punky Sprouts & Carta Bella project that'll be up on the blog on Wednesday. Then we'll have another Glitz Designs blog hop on the 28th of March. 


We copied another hairstyle we found on Pinterest, which as a bonus came out in beautiful waves the following day.




Second day hair. 


Torrey's been working on writing a story for the past month for the Young Authors conference coming up. Every spare minute has been spent clicking away at the keyboard.




This was the final result... her short story Battling Darkness. We modified a photo of Emma for her cover.


A glimpse of spring on our lampshade. 


A little sneak peek at the Punky Sprouts & Carta Bella project that will be up on Wednesday.


St. Patrick's Day we did Emma's hair up into a shamrock in honor of the saint's illustration of the Trinity.

Just a little Irish

Moved dad's library over to our house. Makes him feel a little closer. #PicTapGo

This past week my brother was in town and we did some work on sorting through our parents' things. One accomplishment was getting Dad's library moved over to our house. (The above is just part of his collection.) We also got the girls moved back into their rooms, which they both gave up when Mom and Dad got sick last year. I still struggle a lot with moving their things out of the rooms, and Stan has been more than a blessing with helping me through all of this. We both were able to work together on setting up the library. Made it feel like there was a piece of him here with us, or several thousand pieces!

“Alone of all creeds, Christianity has added courage to the virtues of the Creator. For the only courage worth calling courage must necessarily mean that the soul passes a breaking point and does not break.” –G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy

1 comment:

Jessica said...

Wow Noel, the hairstyles are amazing! My daughters, ages 4 and 6, were admiring them with me. Maybe I've day they air still long enough for me to do something like that with their hair. :)


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