I’m majorly behind on my Project Life album for 2014 (lots and lots of gaps) but I’m slowly working on catching up. Don’t think I’ll be done by the end of the year, but a girl can try!! It’s a bit overwhelming because I have so many photos to sort and organize, but I think I just need to bite the bullet and print out a ton of pictures and just go with it.
Week 41 was easy because it included a long visit with my sister in New Jersey and a wedding in Richmond! I decided to use “The Underground” Project Life kit for this week because it included lovely fall colors. I used mostly cards from the kit, and added in some cards from the Amy Tangerine “Cut & Paste” mini PL kit because the colors seemed to work together.
For this week’s title card, I used both the printed tag card and circle 2014 stamp that was included in the kit. The dates were stamped using a Heidi Swapp date stamp (love the cursive months!) and the “wow” stamp is from a Technique Tuesday/Ali Edwards stamp set. The week number was added using two kinds of Thickers.
I feel like all my sister and I did while her husband was out of town for work was eat yummy things, go for walks, and watch lots of reality TV. It was so much fun, even though I have a slightly guilty conscience at leaving my new husband home alone with the two terrors (the puppies). The weather had definitely started to cool down, and I love it! Fall is my favorite season and I love a good cozy sweater & scarf combo. (I know I may be whistling a different tune after a few months of cold and snow.)
The selfie is from my Amtrak train ride to Richmond to attend a friend’s wedding. I felt so awkward taking it on the train but it didn’t bother me too much. I love taking the train, it’s so relaxing and I got a ton of reading done. (Cue another guilty pang because Will has to drive to Richmond from Louisville after a full day of work to attend the wedding with me.)
The right side of this week’s Project Life spread was devoted to Lauren & Alex’s wedding in Richmond. Both the ceremony and reception were held on a beautiful plantation along the James River just a bit outside of the city. Both the house and the grounds were gorgeous, and I had so much fun celebrating with the happy couple along with my sorority sisters!
The last photo in the spread is from our drive back to Louisville. The weather was dreary the whole time, but I love roadtrips!! Probably because Will always drives the whole way, and I don’t have to worry about it. But I love the chats that we have on long drives and I always feel like I’m on an adventure whenever we’re together.