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Proj SG Last Half of November


Proj SG Last Half of November

It's hard to believe the year is winding down; wasn't it January just a few weeks ago??? Info is in the exif file. TFL!

Journaling reads: Highlights from the second half of November:
Our book club met and discussed Erik Larson’s “In the Garden of Beasts” -- a pretty lively discussion. We went to “Taco Tuesday” with some friends - always a good time. Thanksgiving: we spent the day in Tampa, then went to our neighbors’ for coffee and pumpkin pie and apple pie and apple-pecan pie. I don’t need to eat again until next year! The photo is of the chestnuts I also ate. One of my layouts was selected for the SG newsletter! I was so thrilled they liked it; plus I have money to spend in the boutique. I visited the once-a-year Open House at a local poinsettia growers’. The charity this year was Southeast Guide Dogs. I saw acres of gorgeous flowers and a couple of cute dogs. I visited a Scrapgirl friend in St. Pete Beach. A beautiful day! We chatted and had lunch. This was our view. Mahjongg at Dee’s house. We went to the movies to see “Lincoln”, then out to dinner with friends.



    Sounds like a delightful week! Loved the layout, but the "hook" for me was the pumpkin pie! I thought I could never eat again after all the Thanksgiving eats, but I find I'm sitting up and taking nourishment quite well again.
    Lovely Diane. I really like reading about your weeks and your photos are delightful. I also really like the soft purple you used and of course, the pumpkin pie.
    You really stay busy, and I like that a lot of your activites involve food!:P/> Great layout!
    I love seeing your weeks! It's so much fun to see what everyone has been up to in photos and with such wonderful journaling! Fabulous week! Thanks for sharing it!
    Sounds like a wonderful week! Really great photos for each day. I heard from your SG friend that you had a lovely time and the view is fabulous! Didn't you just love Lincoln. What a great film!!!
    How interesting your week was - full of pie, plants and culture!
    Such interesting photos, I love the contrast of the purple and orange!