I hope you are all having a very peaceful Sunday. I have just finished watching the first session of my church's biannual General Conference. We get to hear inspirational and uplifting talks from our church leaders all weekend long. My family just uses it as a time to spend together and we eat a lot of junk food while sitting in our living room. :)
For those of you who are new do not know yet, I love to scrapbook on Sundays! I don't do anything that has to do with My Pink Stamper "blog" or "business" but I do like to challenge you to work on your own Personal or Family History by updating or working on your scrapbooks. I also like to challenge you to make a card or project for someone else and give it to them. What a great opportunity so many of us have to serve. We have been blessed with the talent to make such wonderful creations, we just need to share it more. I know that I do, at least!
Today I am organizing my scrapbooks and journaling on pages that I don't have dates or names. I found a layout that I made exactly one year ago of when my husband and I ran in the Susan G. Komen 5K run. Of course I will not be able to run in it next Saturday but my husband is still going to. I have an injured heel (bone spurs) that we are hoping will not need surgery. Anyway, I wanted to share this page with you guys today. It brings back so many emotions I felt that day. As some of you know, our friend in the scrapbook/blog world, Monique Griffith, is going through breast cancer treatment right now and has her mastectomy surgery scheduled October 28th. I hope you will all keep her in your thoughts and prayers this month as I am sure she will need them. I will be posting more about her in the upcoming weeks. I think she will need lots of cards before then. I know I would love to feel support if I was going through that.
Here is my special page. I hope you all enjoy it and have a GREAT Sunday!