Montag, 4. Dezember 2017

December Daily - Day 3 [ENG]

Bemerkung: Dieser Beitrag wird aufgrund der internationalen Zielgruppe auf Englisch verfasst sein.

For those of who, who don't know what this is about: December Daily® is a project by Ali Edwards, which gives the chance to document the month of December day by day - or however you wanna do it, there are no strict rules or rights and wrongs. Check her website and blog for more information, please.

Day 3:
On Sunday, December 3rd, I stayed home and prepared some meat for a dinner next week. I decided to do it in advance and deep freeze it, to make it less stressful during the week. I prepared this meal for the first time, so I was on the phone with my mother and grandmother all the time - for hours! That's my short story for day 3. 

After using four pages on day 2, I only needed one for day 3. And I'm absolutely fine wiht it! I added two photos of preparing the roulades - one which also has the phone on it, 'cause it's a big part of the story. In the 4x6 pocket I added one of my favourite journaling cards from Jasmine Jones' kit and one of the cork numbers - which I love. I wrote a short story about preparing the meat and being all the time on the phone. I only decorated with two word strips "day=hard" and "Sunday", because this was really a big challenge for me. Moreover I added a chipboard sticker from the "eat" story kit. And it was done! Quick and easy, but so important to me. I was considering about writing about it or ditching it and doing a "First Advent" story, but then decided that this needed to be documented.

6x8 green December Daily® album by Ali Edwards (sold out)
6x8 page protector
December Daily® Word Phrase Sticker Bundle by Ali Edwards
Jasmine Jones' December Daily® 2017 mini kit (not available, the digital kit)
cork numbers by Ali Edwards (not available)
"Eat" story kit™ by Ali Edwards

1 Kommentar:

  1. The effort that goes into making roulades is definitely worth documenting! I'm sure I would be on the phone with my mother during the process too.


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