Saturday, July 11, 2009

WWC #2

So THIS GIRL. had her second Wacky Wednesday Challenge and I must say it was pretty interesting because you have to follow the DO's and the DON T's which will make you think and it will make you create something you would probably never really have thought you could do, here is my take and let it be know it is not something that I would have thought of doing on my own : ) this is why I HEART challenges.

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I chose to do a layout about my daily struggle, actually it no longer is my daily struggle because after much praying, crying and praying some more I woke up 1 day last month and it was as clear as daylight, I chose that we should stay where we live in order to keep our daughters in their private Montessori school, their way of teaching is like no other and we were not willing to sacrifice their education for a bigger house. even though we have outgrown this one.

I realy doubt that you have not heard of SASHA but if you haven't go check her out, you will NOT be dissapointed.

Now I have to once again post some pictures of our girls, how is it that they can go from this

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to this

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in a matter of seconds????????????? Really!!!!!!! Is THIS what I will have to deal with for the rest of my life??? I have 2 brother and no sisters so I have no clue. Please tell me it is not so : ) Well ladies, I am off to play with papers since I am not yet sleepy. As always THANK YOU for the sweet words, you ladies ROCK! Have a wonderful Sunday!

5 comments:

Maureen said...

I grew up with ONLY women (other than my father)...I'm the eldest and only 3 years older then the middle sister and although we fought, we were very close as children...had a bit of a rough spot in our teens...but into our college years till now she's one of my best friends and I adore her and feel lucky God blessed me with not one but two wonderful sisters (the youngest is 10 years younger). Though my relationship with the youngest borders on near mother figure, it's still close in a different way. I think as women, sisters can talk to each other about personal struggles but can also easily express our frustrations with each other (at least from my perspective). But I DON'T KNOW A THING ABOUT RAISING A SON!!!!! LOL!

Jocelyn said...

Loved the LO that you did and what a fabulous story to tell!!!! THe pics are a wonderful way to documente the relationships of sisters!!!! I am an only child....and have wished many times for a sister!!! Have a great week!!! :)

Elizabeth said...

Hey Girlie!!

I hope thing are well in Sunny FLorida! I'm still in a hoodie here, but I'm very cold natured. LOL

I'm in a house full of girls and every once in a while we get on each others nerves. As long as we hug in the end, it's all good. BTW your girls are adorable in their princess dresses.

Take Care!!

Beth Perry said...

Love the layout and such awesomely adorable pics!
Hope you are having a great week!
B

Peggy said...

Your girls look adorable! And yes, I'm afraid that's how life with girls will look like for a while ... My two girls either love each other to death or they're fighting like a bunch of wildcats... boys are so much easier LOL!
I love the LO you did for the WWC!
xxx Peggy