How are you adjusting to this strange new world? I finally settled into the working from home drill when the government announced school was heading back in a limited capacity. Now that I’ve wrapped my head around my new in-class routine, I thought I’d get back to posting before New Year’s rolled around!
One of my new favourite challenges on the My Memories forum is the faith challenge by Lori Imel. She provides a Bible quote and you create a scrapbook page around it. As you have probably learned, I procrastinate a bit (not at work though, which is interesting) so I have finally scrapped my littlest one’s Baptism. She is almost fourteen.
Okay, to be honest the very first scrapbook page I ever created was about twelve years ago and was a Baptismal page which featured all three of my girls. They wore the same gown which has been handed down from my husband’s side. Their great-grandmother and her brother were Baptized in it, as was my mother-in-law, all three of her kids, and two nieces and two nephews. However, my girls are the first Catholics to wear the dress. Maybe one day I’ll get around to posting that page up here, but as it’s not digital…
I was inspired to create another Sacramental page featuring the same kid on the occasion of her First Holy Communion. Not for Lori’s challenge but for a blog train challenge to use the great bits I collected. I guess now I need to make a three kids, one dress page for this Sacrament as they wore their cousin’s dress. Let’s see how long until I finish that one.
By the way, I managed to complete my CK-12 certification ages back. I actually finished two days after my last post and managed to procrastinate posting about it!
“Never put off till tomorrow what may be done day after tomorrow just as well.”
― Mark Twain