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Ordinary bulletin board, extraordinary life – Documentary
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Image by katiescrapbooklady
Digital Layout entered in Digital Scrapbooking Flickr group contest

There are several bits of journaling on this like actual grocery lists and "to do" lists of mine. I also included a sheet of journaling on the bulletin board that reads: This may look like an ordinary bulletin board, but to me it shows me that I lead an extraordinary life. Everything on my memo board is proof to me that I am blessed in many ways. Even the "to do" lists of dishes and laundry are an example of how lucky I am… how many people in the world would love to have the modern conveniences that I use to accomplish these everyday tasks! A quick glance at the bits and pieces of my daily routine shows me that my life is an amazing collection of wonderful treasures.

Credits:

Scrapbook Graphics:
Maya- Dumpster Diving High school confidential Quirky quotes – gratitude Jessica Bolton- Bohemian Peddler & add on pack Home life
Meredith Fenwick- legible notecards Doris Castle – Photo Lifts
Sausan – altered artistry
Traci Reed – unbound elements
Krista Mettler

Shabby Princess blinkie graphic was a gift from the Shabby Princess (the shabby shoppe) given to me as a creative team member.

Shrek ad downloaded from internet site Foundation for a Better Life. My son has a copy of that ad in his bedroom.

Fonts: CK printer CK Script Jefferson CK Girl

Adding to The Stew
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Image by bengarland
Damn it was good. Probably the best veggie stew I’ve ever had in my life (no, seriously). I bet they put at least a dozen different things in it, and most of it was dumpster dived or donated.

Novella!
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Image by leedav
This woman is so awesome and I wouldn’t have met her if it wasn’t for flickr. Her sister Riana, better known on flickr as These Days in French Life, clued me in about her book, Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer. I knew she was my people before I even read the book. I was so happy to meet her while she was in Madison for the book fest. In the days since she left, I couldn’t put the book down. If you are interested in gardening, eating local, dumpster diving, meeting your meat, I highly recommend her book. Plus, she is hilarious.

This is #19 in my 100 strangers assignment. Check out the 100 strangers website to see more pictures and people working on the same assignment.

See the rest of my set here.

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