Saturday, 10 February 2018

Things worth remembering.

It's been a while since I felt the inclination to scrapbook. When depression means you can't see a future, recording memories seems a futile occupation. So, in some ways, this is a celebration, a recognition that in many ways my depression has receded and I can see the value in recording some of the smiley times.

I've been busy too!


This is a photo of my eldest with a gentleman we used to care for. I guess for this page I need to fess up! Can you spot the crime? Yep you've got it, I used peel offs, hangs head in shame! Really though, they were the best thing to finish the page????? 


This is a layout I started many years ago in a class run by the lovely Janet Clark. Only just got round to finishing it.



This photo of my step daughter just cried out to be scrapped! It was taken during a week which introduced the Girls Rock Club to the amazing activities which SELFA run For kids in the Craven area. Zoe has grown in so many ways with the support Selfa has offered. 

So that's the last of my layouts for now. Looking forward to a week away with my nearest and dearest going to the Dark Skies festival in Whitby. Can't wait!

Have fun all 

X Michelle




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