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Day 4-Looking Back

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“It seems your life had just begun, I woke up and you are a senior my son. Seventeen years of fun trials and tears, hope we have taught you enough to

go through your years. “ ~Leroy Tormey


The fall of 2009 brought us to a new place in our life. Our oldest Child, Zach, started his senior year of high school. This brought us our last football season and senior pictures. We are planning your last prom and a graduation celebration for family and friends. A few more “lasts” to go before a lifetime of firts begin.

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wow, what a year! and i love that last line of journaling, how a few more lasts to go before a lifetime of firsts begin. very very cool. and i love the way you used the tag for the year and title. great job! :)

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Conda, this is beautiful. I really love the papers and embellishments you've used - they work so well with the journaling and the overall theme of the layout. And your journaling is so beautiful - I agree that the last line is so well written. :D


If I might make a suggestion, you might think about using a different font for the quote (which I love), just to set it apart from the journaling a bit.

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Wow ... everything works together so well. How pretty.


I hate it when this happens to me but I'd rather know so I can fix it ... there's a typo (firts) on the last line ...


I love the way you used the tag, the frame, and the swirls to tie all the layered papers together. Great idea.

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How very pretty this is, both the LO and the beautiful sentiments you have written for a cherished son. I really love the brushwork and the styles you applied, and it's great the way you placed the wired alpha numbers on your tag. Love this color scheme!

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I don't know who enjoys senior year the most; parents or the child! What a wonderful sentiment to leave for your son to see. I love the frame and swirls!

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