Selfies: 2012

I’m an all or nothing sort of person. I’m either totally committed to a project or I’m not. There are times when I start a project (or a book) and I just don’t like it. I struggle a bit quitting in the middle (I always, always finish any book I start). Most of the time I power through it. However, in most cases, I’m pretty good at choosing the things that I’ll be willing to go the distance with. I make it a point not to waste my time with things that aren’t the right fit for me. 
My self portrait project is the perfect example of something I knew I’d love, I do love and I’m totally committed to. My selfies aren’t fancy. Mostly they’re taken with my iPhone. But I religiously take one each and every week. I started in 2011 and I’m still going in 2012.I love the story these photos tell and that it’s my story … just me and no one else.
Week 11

Weeks 1-10, 2012
Any major projects you’re working on? Any that you love? Or any you hated and abandoned?
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77 Responses to Selfies: 2012

  1. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  2. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  3. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  4. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  5. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  6. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  7. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  8. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  9. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  10. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  11. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  12. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  13. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  14. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  15. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  16. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  17. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  18. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  19. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  20. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  21. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  22. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  23. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  24. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  25. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  26. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  27. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  28. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  29. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  30. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  31. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  32. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  33. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  34. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  35. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  36. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  37. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  38. Stace&Lis says:

    My project is, has been, will forever be, working on my blog books. I use blurb.com to transform the family blog into a books, one per year. It takes me hours upon hours to make one, because the editor in me makes me tweak each post to have it fit perfectly on a page, with the photos and the text making sense in a book.

    I already appreciate having the ones I’ve completed, so I know it’s worthwhile. I only wish I could find more hours to work on it so I wasn’t so far behind. (I’m doing 2010 right now and I’ve made it to April.)

  39. Lisa I totally want to Blurb my blog. I’ve heard of people who have done it and loved it … but I’m worried it will be way too much work.

    I realized I’ve had this blog since 2006! That’s a lot of posts to tweak and Blurb!

  40. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  41. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  42. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  43. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  44. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  45. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  46. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  47. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  48. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  49. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  50. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  51. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  52. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  53. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  54. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  55. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  56. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  57. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  58. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  59. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  60. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  61. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  62. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  63. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  64. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  65. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  66. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  67. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  68. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  69. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  70. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  71. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  72. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  73. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  74. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  75. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  76. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

  77. Stace&Lis says:

    Well, you do your digital scrapbooking! For me, the blog and subsequent blog books ARE our scrapbooks, since I don’t scrap.
    So don’t feel like you need to start blurbing. It is incredibly time-consuming. (Though I think, if I had the airplane/hotel time you have, I wouldn’t be so far behind!)

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