Project Life 2013 | Week 5


This week I included some of the pictures from Sunday, just to round out the activity that took up most of the weekend.


Some more mundane items this week like ironing and dinners. Still, it’s little things like the fact that we always have corn with spaghetti that make up the patterns of life. And Pixel People? A new addiction.


On Thursday night it was just me and Captain Chaos for dinner, so we went out on the town. We had a good time, and we had dessert. That was the highlight of the night, I think. And then, of course, REVO.

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7 thoughts on “Project Life 2013 | Week 5

  1. Cerise says:

    Love the colors you used. That cowboy quote is so precious!

  2. SUch a pretty color combination. Gotta love the Chick Fil A cow!

  3. The Chick-fil-a cow! Last summer the real live cow that Chick-fil-a uses in advertising was at our local County Fair with all the other live stock — that thing was MASSIVE! Did you guys meet the mascot or the actual cow?

  4. suetrav says:

    Love how you get so much on your pages but they don’t look cluttered! Thanks for posting what digi supplies you used – I am always looking for new stuff šŸ™‚

  5. scrumptious says:

    Hi Candy, what a clean, fun layout! The way you captioned your photos in coordinating colors is really cool, I’m totally going to try out that idea. Love the stitching on your cowboy photo, too. šŸ™‚

  6. scrumptious says:

    Oh and I forgot to say – I’m downloading Pixel People right now. I’ll know who to blame when it takes over my life! šŸ˜‰

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