Category Archives: Scrapbooking

Scrapbook Sunday

My Mom and Dad came to visit one weekend and we went out on a wild fishing trip. They still talk about how much fun they had so it definitely needed to be documented.

The last time we all got together for a family picture for our grandparents was before Michelle was even part of the family picture, so for Christmas in 2008 we got together to take pictures for the grandparents. Shane has since suggested that we submit this photo to Awkward Family Photos because we’re all wearing Roughrider jerseys.

This was one of the pages I did during a weekend trip to scrapbook with Lindsay, which explains why the edges are tore up on the orange paper. She has the tool to do it and I don’t! I can always tell which pages I’ve made at her place because I tend to sand the pictures, tear the edges or ink them because I can use her tools!

Scrapbook Sunday

Our lake is one of few in Saskatchewan where quadding is still allowed so one rainy weekend we loaded up the quads and met up with some friends of Dad’s for a drive around the park. I got to drive through the middle of a creek for the first time and screamed the entire time while doing it. I arrived at the Little Bear campground soaking wet and loving it.

I got to be an Oilers fan while I lived in Edmonton and got to go to a couple of games with Carmen. Craig managed to snag tickets for us through work so we got to see them beat Tampa Bay. Our seats were so close to the ice we could hear them yelling! It was great!

I spend a solid ten months of the year just waiting for a chance to spend two months of the year parked right there. Like the journalling says that view is just a part of my summer. I have a lot of scrapbook pages with pictures a lot like this, but you can never have too many!

Scrapbook Sunday

I don’t play hockey for a number of reasons, the number one reason being skates hurt my feet and I spent my parents spent a lot of money buying me a quality pair of figure skates and I can’t justify spending that much money on a pair of good hockey skates. Anyway, although I don’t play I have spent a lot of time behind the bench pretending to coach hockey. I went along to “coach” our co-ed team at a tournament.

My roommates Mom turned 60 shortly after my Uncle Rick’s 60’s & 70’s themed wedding so I had a chance to wear my beautiful couch dress for a second time.

Fishing is a popular hobby in northern Saskatchewan and the lakes were abundant in my area over the last three years. Thanks to Tyler I got to spend many hours out on the water, but this layout is about our very first fishing trip together where I managed to catch three fish and Tyler only two.