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Project Life 2014 | September Two

September 29, 2014

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This spread covered the week of the "Great Big September Illnesses" (Sept 8-14). I used an adorable 12x12 photo of a sick DJ to fill up some space. I kept things clean and simple and decided to journal with a typewriter this week. Truth be told: it looks neater, but I miss seeing my own handwriting.

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September 28, 2014

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"A portrait of my child, once a week, every week in 2014"

The truth is: you've been an immense challenge lately, and we seem to have many more frustrated moments than not. Let's try to get through this stage with smiles on our faces, okay?

Oh, I'm a mess right now, inside out. Searching for a sweet surrender, but this is not the end*

September 27, 2014

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It's a new season, and while I've been here, I don't really feel as if I've really been here.
Meaning: my words have escaped me as of late,
even in my journal, they have.
The reality is that things have gotten really complicated
life has gotten really complicated.
As a child all you ever want is to grow up and become an adult.
Well, this adult is wishing I could go back to being a carefree child, just for a day.
Life has been a mess of fitful sleeps and tears in the dark closet,
deep breaths once the house has quieted and disappointing ventures.
It's a new season and I'm really just trying to make it through.

Bear with me.

xo,
rdg

* borrowed words

Project Life 2014 | September One

September 22, 2014

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For this spread (Sept 1-7) I tried to focus on using more white space. If you've ever worked with design e before you know that sometimes it can feel a little daunting because of the large 6x6 pieces you need to work with. While the design is often a challenge, it remains one of my absolute favorites!

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September 21, 2014

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"A portrait of my child, once a week, every week in 2014"

While he certainly didn't get it from me, his love for bananas is an endless source of entertainment. He loves holding them himself, and feeding them to everyone else.