I'm pulling together a collection of pages for each of my sons to be printed/bound -- and realized there were so many photos I want to include --- going to have to speed scrap this month! Here's the first.

JOURNALING Your fifth grade class prepared for this event for weeks -- you even interviewed for the job you did at Exchange City. You worked as a web designer (because of your “mad Photoshop skills”) along with Landon who was a graphic designer. Check out Adam looking every bit the part of a reporter. There were offices for each business and computer systems for accounting and anything needed to produce the product -- from radio programming to food to web pages. While I volunteered and worked in the print shop, where we never got a break and never paid off our start up loan, your business paid off its debt, paid its bills, and even made a profit, so you were walking around the city shopping and being happy (and stopping by the print shop). While it was a great day, I don’t think any of us are ready for you to start the 9 to 5 routine . . . yet. February 2007.

Katie Pertiet, LI'l Red Wagon (paper, stitching)
Katie Pertiet, Krafty Ledger
Katie Pertiet, Little Bits Alpha
Pattie Knox, Clip Its, Brad Bonanza
Katie Pertiet, Ledger Pieces Frames No 1
Pattie Knox, Round-a-bout Felt circles
Pattie Knox, Yuletide Alpha
Pegasus font.