I haven't so much as contemplated a scrapbook layout since the beginning of February. I tend to only scrapbook at the Crop at the beginning of each month. This month we didn't hold a Crop and I'm missing it. Weird huh, considering I've only just put the February LOs in an album. Really. I was looking for a photo that I could take to my new hairdresser to show her how stunning I really can look when the cut, colour and style come together - a bit like the transition of Halley's Comet - once every then and not often. So ya see, I remembered that one of those moments was on our Silver Wedding Anniversary, and that I definitely featured in one or two of the party photos I've since used on a couple of Layouts. Long story longer...I found it, and then felt obliged to sleeve up and file the pile of LOs just gathering dust and getting in the way on top of the albums. Funny how you can lose interest once the page is made, huh. Oh. Just me then?
I learned something else on this last minute flinging about of albums and pages too. I don't feature in many photos at all! I don't particularly intend to rectify that, but just in case I die tragically prematurely, I shall make an effort to put some of the finer photos in my albums so that future generations can admire my choice of hairdresser. Just a handful, so that my overwhelming modesty remains apparent.
Of course, I also want those future generations to know that I tried hard to earn my keep and erm, suffered in steel toe capped boots for some of my work. Just so you know, I don't wear these when I'm crafting - I'm definitely safer with scissors and scalpels than you think. Actually, this was going to be a post about how I've been using up odds and ends of stash, but its OK, I know I'm on the moral high ground over that. I can brag about it some other day. If I ever learn to stop digressing.