Luckiest House on the Block
The journaling - in case you can't read it:
I think it was the inconsistent application of weed and feed that created our mutant patch of clover. It produced four leaf clovers by the dozens, as well as plenty of five, six and seven leaf clovers. The girls would stop to pick them on their way in from school. I pressed them into just about every big book I could think of, I laminated them, we made little bookmarks out of them, but finally, I got tired of preserving the hundreds of clovers coming in the door, so I just let them dry out and disappear. Fifteen years later, I really wish I'd preserved more of them. I looked for one to include on this layout, and while I know there are still some saved, I'm not quite sure where. We had so many four leaf clovers, I'm sure ours was the luckiest house on the block.
Cathrine knows where her clovers are and could have found one for my layout, but it was already finished and turned in by the time she got home.
While we were out on a walk the other day, she saw a patch of clover in a lawn (rare for that neighborhood) and had to stop and check for 4 leaf clovers.