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Project Life Feb 2013


Project Life Feb 2013

I think February is National-Visit-Your-Friends-and-Family month in Florida. :lol: I enjoyed all the company but it's nice to have some peaceful scrapping time, too. I'll probably complain in a couple of weeks of how quiet it is around here.
Journaling reads: Highlights from February:
Week 1: We went to Apollo Beach and visited the manatee viewing center, where several manatees were staying warm on a cold day. Annual gyn exam. Mahjongg at Dee’s. Went to dinner with B&T. Visited Joyce at the beach and met her delightful grandsons. We walked the beach, ate lunch, and generally had a wonderful time. Week 2: Ellie and Jim arrived followed by Terry and Dick. House full of guests, lots of chatter and food. Visited model homes, shopped the flea market, strolled the downtown art show, and went to dinner with them and Dick’s cousins. Busy!! Week 3: Company left, DS arrived for a quick visit and golf. Had my hair cut. Mahjongg at Judy’s. Their new landscaping looks great. Went to Jack’s photography show. Wow - his photos are beautiful printed on Red River Polar metallic paper. Week 4: Carol gave me lemons as big as oranges from her tree. I made veg soup when the weather turned cold again. Ellie and Jim returned for a couple of days and more house-hunting. Annual mammogram. Whew! This was a busy month!



    LOL! I agree with you about National Visit Your Friends and Family Month in Florda! March is going to be just as bad for us! Great pictures and detailed journalling. Don't know how you got it all done!
    Love your journaling, you have had a busy month! I love how you've laid out your photos to frame the journaling. TFS xxx
    LOL. I don't have a guest room! (Wish I did.) Great layout and it's fun to see what you do all week. Sounds fun to me!
    With the busy month you had it's truly amazing that you had time to scrap at all! Great layout!
    Wonderful page, Diane. I enjoyed your journaling and looking through your wonderful photos. I really like the stitches around the page and how both of your layouts look next to each other.
    Looks busy and fun!