The Things You Find
Our neighbors have a son around our boys’ age who was diagnosed with type I diabetes at 2.5 years old. Since then, his parents have held a huge charity auction to raise funds for national juvenile diabetes foundations. While clearing out the garage of almost a year’s worth of William Morris Projects (we were looking for items to donate), I found the pictures in a box of old frames. I would have sworn on a stack of bibles that I checked the garage seven ways from Sunday last Spring. I guess the 8th time is the charm!
It’s a shame I didn’t write this post immediately after finding the pictures. It would have been a nice balance to the post I wrote in May, only a couple of hours after realizing I lost the same pictures. Wow, was I upset.
So, this week’s project was super easy. Which is good, because over the weekend I did a lot of this. I organized Nico’s pictures the same way I did Mikey’s, and he had a great time looking at his pictures.
Pictures. Pictures, pictures, pictures! I don’t know how many posts I written about losing, finding, organizing, and displaying pictures, but I’m still not done. I need to finish the family wall in the hallway and print Mikey’s candid 4×6 pictures. At least now I’m somewhat looking forward to it–now that I actually can find the pictures.
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