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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Project Life, Midnight Edition

So this was my first Project Life spread, and the post below was my second.  This was the first week of school, so lots of cheer stuff going on, so lots of cheer pictures! Pep Rally on the first day, how they looked the first day of school when they went in uniform.  During this week, Sara had 102 temp. with what we found out was a kidney infection.  During one of the pep rallies, she warmed up her back handsprings into a tuck and that didn't mix well with pain medication and not feeling well.  She made it through the first part, then had to go sit on the sidelines for the rest - poor kid!  Then it shows her at the end of the week feeling better.  That weekend, my sister called and couldn't use their Cowboy tickets to the season opener.  She was awesome enough to give them to us.  Matt and Emily went out and got matching jerseys, so there's a picture of that.  The tag from the jersey is on the page with the price, and a picture of Emily at the game.  Oh, and a chicken dish that everyone actually loved, so had to get a picture of that new recipe :)  Used the PL Midnight Edition - love the black, grey, white and yellow in it.  These pictures are all out of order and I can't figure out how to move them around properly, but you get the idea!










8 comments:

pinkalishious said...

wow if these are your first pages xx

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

You're doing an amazing job with these pages, Melissa! I'm glad your daughter has bounced back from the infection.

Tanya Ham said...

Great job!! Oh, how I miss my cheerleading days! Glad she got to feeling better! :)

Sue Althouse said...

Such wonderful pages! You must have been thrilled to go to the football game.

Nirupama said...

I'll forgive you for being a Cowboys fan since your pages are so cute :)

~Melissa~ said...

LOL Nirupama :)

Mary Pat Siehl said...

your pl looks amazing!!

Jingle said...

Your pages look great!