Category Archives: Memories

Lessons Caught – The Importance of Journaling

I’ve often heard that lessons are better caught than taught. Both are important. Scrapbooking with journaling can do both together. The pictures we choose for our scrapbooks say a lot about what we value most. When we write our thoughts … Continue reading

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Remember When…

  How life has changed… Remember when our phones were attached to the wall? We also had to rent the phone from the phone company. Soon after we moved into our first house, the telephone company stopped renting phones (late … Continue reading

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Shutterbug? Guilty!

About 15 years ago, my brother called me a shutterbug. It wasn’t a compliment. I like to take pictures. I admit it. I am not a professional, but my pictures have a good variety of subject and point of view. … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Share Photos on Facebook

When I was a young mother, sharing pictures involved either mailing the pictures to grandparents, other relatives, and friends 0r handing the picture to them in person. Getting pictures in the mail was something to look forward, and handing pictures … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Parents Should Scrapbook

Whether you scrapbook traditionally (with albums, pages, stickers, and papers) or digitally, our children reap benefits when we tell their stories through pictures. 1) — Reading. I have no evidence for this, but I believe that scrapbooking, with journaling, helped … Continue reading

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The story of two photos

It’s the same old story. Old photos are passed down to us with no name, no description, and no story. We know that the picture came from my husband’s side of the family, and we know that a woman is … Continue reading

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