I just want to say thank you all so much for the comments you have left for me - it's so nice to get feedback from other people and I find it really inspiring! I am definitely finding it a challenge to do a 12x12 each day and I have no idea if I'll be able to keep it up, but I put together lots of bits and pieces before hand which is a big help.
Also, I love to see that so many scrappers are teachers! I think the two go really well together as both scrappers and teachers are creative and love joining in with life - and documenting it!
My page for yesterday is above - I had so many lessons to choose from and I cheated a little bit because I really wanted to scrap these photos. They're actually from the Maize Maze on bank holiday Monday. The lesson was that it's important to have friends that are as silly as you are. I love that my friends are willing to be daft and leave their dignity behind - we have much more fun that way, screeching around in the maze!
So I'll save the stuff about days in for next time I think! (And I'll try and remember to take some photos).
My lesson for today is about my family. I moved to London from Yorkshire a year ago and I do love London and all it has to offer. But I really miss my family as we are very close and get on really well together. I call home a few times a week and chat with my Mum (and we email quite a lot - she's a scrapper too!) but I do wish it was a bit easier to visit. I probably won't be able to go home until Christmas now which I love to do and I will spend the whole holiday there, but that seems like a long time away right now.
I don't mean to sound maudlin - I love living here, there's so much to see and do and I have wonderful friends who totally occupy my time! But if I could change one thing about London, I would put it nearer to Yorkshire.
P.S. I am totally getting muddled about which prompt is for which day, which lesson is from which day and which day is the page I've just scrapped for. Duh!
P.P.S. Got my friend hooked on Sherlock last night. We have now got 2 more DVD nights in the pipeline!