Monday, December 09, 2013

Once again I am extremely behind with posting to this blog. I am not quite sure where November went. Nick shot this big boy on November 2nd...first day of Elk in Colorado for the season they went for. He had some altitude sickness, so he is exhausted and feeling ill in these photos.

The return of the mighty hunters is always nice.

What's this delightful photo, you ask? Well, I took a tumble on my lovely porch. I tripped on the step and started running/stumbling. In order to prevent major injury to my knees, I tucked my right shoulder and rolled in glorious fashion. My right arm and my foot sustained minor injuries and left me with wishing I would have had a head cam.

Trapping season - muskrats...gross.

Thanksgiving Day 2013

Look!!! First day of buck season and Nick was able to get this 4 point half rack. It is delicious!

This year we had not one, but two extra kids with us. Megan and Katie were able to join us for our fun-filled day of Kraynak's, a little bit of shopping, eating at Arby's and viewing the Free Birds movie. 

Blake purchased this plant, because he loves plants and taking care of them.

I finally joined the ever-growing PROJECT LIFE bandwagon. It is proving very therapeutic, if you will. I find that I look at my rarely used supplies in a whole new way. And what goes along with participating in PL? Taking many more photos on a daily basis to help fill these weeks out. The first three weeks of 2013 I didn't take very many photos, which makes it difficult to do more than a two page spread. Lesson learned for 2014. Don't worry, you didn't really miss anything...  Week 5 is the first week that is completely finished for 2013. I have Weeks 1, 2, and 3 almost done for your viewing pleasure.

Week 5

Week 5 - Insert

I used an insert between the two page spread, because I had too many photos I wanted to share.

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Week 11

Thanks so much for joining me and I hope to have an update soon with further Project Life spreads, as well as photos...


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