Project Life – Week 3

Project Life 2013

Project Life Week 3 by Krystal Becker of Kinship Genealogy

This week was kind of a crazy one for me. I posted the January Kit in the shop on Monday, and had tons of other work to catch up on, so I spent most of my week in my office – as my mom used to say, “too bad, so sad, oh well.” I journaled a little about this on the pull-out card on the second page.

Project Life Week 3 by Krystal Becker of Kinship Genealogy

Despite being busy, I did manage to eat some really good food. We take a lot of pictures of our food around here. Shows our priorities. :)

Tuesday night J and I met for dinner at Jockamo Upper Crust, after a meeting actually got me out of the house. Jockamo never disappoints, and the Cheese Louise was no exception. Oh such cheesy goodness!! And I love that I can get any of their pizzas on a gluten free crust. That always makes things so much easier!

We actually had pizza twice this week. However, I have to admit that the second time was fully glutenated (what, that’s a word!). By Sunday the stress of the long week got the better of me, and when J mentioned Papa Murphy’s I caved. It too was very delicious. The way I felt afterword? Not so much.

Project Life Week 3 by Krystal Becker of Kinship Genealogy

Saturday J and Abi went hiking in Brown County. Poor Fozzy had been having some trouble getting around, so he had to stay home with me. He was so sad! But it was really much better for him to rest.

In addition to the products listed below, I used a few bits and pieces from my stash and a few printables that I love! The “Keep Calm and Dream On” filler is from this set by Miss Tina. The teal border labels are from this free printable created by Melissa of A Vegas Girl at Heart. Finally the “simply delightful” word bubble and the little blue heart are from a printable created by Bananafish Studio for the Studio Calico Day by Day class (no longer enrolling). I also used the stamp from that class on the card with the pizza pic – Love it! So glad I enrolled.

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