I wanted to participate in Little Yellow Bicycle's most recent challenge. I just love their new line of paper . . . so of course I chose to use the paper and elements from Sweet Summertime!
And then came the hard part . . . finding photos! I dragged out the old picture box. These were from the summer of 1989, and I have some advice for you.
|Our Trip to Treasure Lake in Pennsylvania (not Papoose Pond in Maine).|
When you hit 50 years old (which I recently have) . . .
and when your photos are more than 20 years old (which they are) . . .
you may want to:
A - Check the notes on the back of the photo for information . . .
B - Have an "innocent" discussion with someone else on the trip (without revealing your reason is because you are a moron and likely have mixed up your locations) . . .
C - Question yourself on whether your details are accurate . . .
And you would want to do this BEFORE you journal on your layout.
Do this to avoid your husband saying to you . . . "Papoose Pond? Papoose Pond? Your grandmother was never at Papoose Pond."
And then you won't have to say, "Oh Sh*t!"