Monday, August 11, 2014

Project Life week 31.

Hello Monday, man you sure showed up fast! We had a great weekend. It was our last one before school starts this week, I can hardly believe summer vacation is almost over. There is just something so free about our schedule during the summer, and I love that!

Today I wanted to share Project Life, week #31. This was my last week of my old job, first week of my new job and I included an insert with the acceptance of my resignation letter and then some handouts from my new job ( no picture)

We have meet the teacher tonight and then school starts later this week. Hope you have a great Monday!! Thanks for stopping by!!


  1. I know what you mean! The weekends are just way to fast!
    Great PL,

  2. They do go way too fast! I hope they have a good first week of school, it's always an exciting time!! Love the page!

  3. I can't believe that summer is ending already! Zach doesn't start until the 25th, but it is still right around the corner.

  4. Wow - I've been reading your posts and catching up. Congrats on the new job! Good luck on your new adventure. I just hit my one year anniversary at my job. Can you even believe it? Where does the time go???? Hope the girls have a great first week at school! :)

  5. Not just the weekends...this year...this summer..everything is flying by! Jacob starts school in a few weeks. It's nuts. I feel like it just began.

  6. As always great pages :)
    This summer is going by way to fast.
    I am sure your girls are getting excited with the 1st day of school fast approaching,
    No kids to prepare for the new school year in my home, but I am enjoying looking at all the school supplies ;)

  7. Did you stamp that little asterisk on the last card or is it premade like that?
    Super cute!
    Yes, I love summer vacation and yes it went by too fast!
    We start week after next so enjoying the last few days in a big way :)

  8. Weekends need to be an extra day or two long! Hope your new job is going well and that the girls are settling in to their school routine.