Yes, I am fully aware of how far behind I am in PL. For some reason it was a bit easier to keep up with last year. This spring was crazier than any I remember so far, and I always expect spring to be crazy.
But I'm keeping up with notes on my planner pages, and taking pictures, and sticking ephemera in the pockets I put in my binder, so when I try to catch up (which may not be until school starts) I will be able to figure things out.
So here are weeks 4 and 5, combined onto one spread:
A better look at the left side:
This was the end of January and the beginning of Februrary. My son was signed up for summer camp (Say what? He's old enough for that?!). I put the notice for it in the top row next to the title card.
The bottom has my husband and son training together for our church's 5K, and the week in review.
The middle row has a shrinked down copy of an e-mail my husband got notifying him that he was selected to interview for a spot in the special nursing program he's been taking prereqs for. Score! There's a selfie showing my first serger project with the new serger my mom gave me for Christmas. I hemmed some yoga pants. I know, not crazy talented, but I can't seem to sew stretchy material with a regular machine. I never pull on it just right.
Next to that is a pic of my son using his microscope (that Teta gave him for Christmas) to check out some water he'd been making bacteria cultures in for his science fair project. The right pic shows the view through the microscope.
On to the right page:
The right page mostly covers the 5K. At the top is the starting of the 1K my 6 year old ran. The bottom row has my husband and son finishing the 5K. Notice the son (left pic, orange shirt) beat the husband (right pic pink shirt) by about 3 mintes. ;) He's never letting dad live that one down.
In the middle row you'll find a weather shot for our first T-ball meeting that the hubby is coaching for the girls this year. Then there's a pic of Rae with her 100 day project for school. She punched 100 hearts, 10 each of 10 different colors, and put them on a heart shaped poster board. There's a picture of my fridge. I was making a point to my husband that I can't grocery shop only once a week for our family any more, there just isn't room for all the food. He opened the door one day and carrots jumped out and attacked him. Guess what I got for Mother's Day? An extra fridge for the garage! (and yes I like presents like that, practical things) The last picture in the middle row is my youngest. She cut her own holes in a box I was done with and made herself into a robot. She was walking around with a robot voice saying, "I am your robot. You will conform." She cracks me up.
That's one month down on PL! How is your album coming?