Scrapbooking, Dishes, and Dirty Diapers
By:Jer, Clovis NM
I began scrapbooking 4 years ago when I attended a creative memories party. I have been hooked ever sense. Many people ask me how I stay caught up on my albums and the answer is so clear to me. Do I do the dishes? Yes. Do I change stinky diapers? Yes. Do I get scrapbook pages done? Yes. Scrapbooking is an everyday priority at our house. My husband and kids understand that it is something that Mommy has to do. I have chronicled the lives of my children and family in a way that future generations will be able to comprehend the joy and faith we share together. The spilled make-up, the Easter bunny dance recital, feeding the ducks. Every moment has been captured every emotion documented. They are treasures that I hold dear. I am so thankful that I was introduced to this wonderful "job" because I have little comprehension of a "drawer full of photos". My precious keepsakes are all bound in acid free albums that will last for many years. I see so many people that get caught up in having the perfect house that is spotless and clutterfree, but I have learned that those things can be dealt with tomorrow or the next day. The memories that are represented in your photographs begin to fade. I know that my priorities may seem odd to some, but I feel that scrapbooking is the one priority that will continue to give to my children long after the dishes have been replaced and the diapers are gone.
Tomorrow at dMarie Daily: Why do I love scrapbooking?, by carol f.