Project Life, Weeks 29 and 30

Project LifeNow that I’ve done a bit of surgery on my album (extension posts and foam pads to the rescue!), I think I can fit the rest of this year into one album, and that makes me happy. It’s going to be maybe the fattest scrapbook ever, but there should be accolades for such things as that, don’t you think? Anyhow, I am now reliving our adventures of January and looking forward to being all caught up.

Project LifeThis week captures our last night in Memphis, and our unpacking extravaganza when we got back. Love that picture of my brother in his new glasses.

Project LifeEric makes the funniest faces when I sneak up on him with my camera!

Project LifeAlso, I had to show off this stamp I found on clearance. I am thinking about making Eric his own personal stationery with it.

Project LifeI’m super happy I have a shot of a dinner we shared at Eric’s office while he was working on a poster for a conference. It ended up being a fun mini-date!

Project LifeThis week involved several hilarious undertakings: throwing away our Christmas tree and going on the most epic fail date ever. Plenty to laugh about!

Project LifeHere I am being ridiculous in my lumberjack shirt.

Project LifeI saved Eric’s stuff from the conference to add here, and included a shot of our church decorated for Christmas. Too bad that screen is in the way, but it’s beautiful all the same. We really love our parish, and going to mass every Sunday evening is something we really enjoy sharing with each other.

Project LifeThe story of our fail date night is basically that we couldn’t get a parking spot or a table at any restaurant. We were so hungry! Here we are, finally, eating some bad pizza and being grateful to have something to eat after all our wandering. It was not at all anything to write home about, but it’s the stuff of everyday life that I don’t want to be forgotten amid the fireworks of anniversary dinners and weekend trips.

Project LifeMy brother works for a really amazing landscape architecture firm in New York, and he unexpectedly sent us a calendar with pictures of some of their projects. So cool! We don’t get to see him nearly enough, so I’m especially happy to have him here.

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