project life – weeks 32 & 33

week 32 sneak

Welcome to Project Life – Weeks 32 & 33! Both weeks really focus on our weekends with little tidbits about the weeks added in. I’m not completely sure what makes me love some spreads more than others. Maybe it’s the product I chose to play with that week, or maybe it’s how we spent our days. Either way, it’s our life, it’s documented and it’s good.

Week 32, the full 2 page spread. You can click on the photograph for a clearer image.
week 32

And each individual side.

Lance is full swing into his own Project Life album. Love that! week 32 L

We spent the weekend in Montana with my brother and sis-in-law. Good times. Really good times.
week 32 R

And Week 33, the full 2 page spread. Again, you can click on the photographs for a clearer image.
week 33

Each individual side.

We spent this weekend out of town for a soccer tournament. We hooked up with some family we hadn’t seen in years, it was wonderful to reconnect with them.
week 33 L

We spent some time at Gonzaga University and at the Grotto that was built there and dedicated in the fall of last year. It is a special place to my parents and was special for us to see it and to be there.
week 33 R

The kit I used for Week 32 is the Seafoam Edition. The core products I use in my Project Life albums can be found here. The kit I used for Week 33 is the July Valley High kit from Studio Calico. Project Life was created by Becky Higgins. You can find out all about this awesome approach to memory keeping here.

2 thoughts on “project life – weeks 32 & 33

  1. I love visiting your blog because the photographs show up nice and bold and my middle aged eyes can read the beautiful moments you share and stories you live.

    Week 33 is so very special in many ways. But what resonated with me was the grotto. It’s beautiful. I know the candle lit and the prayers whispered reached the heavens and root deep in the earth for those still walking here in faith.

    Week 32 is summer as its best…fun, family, adventure!

    Many have commented on your photography. And it’s true. It’s what makes your Project Life so very good, so uniquely YOU!

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