The current trend at our house in the airplane hangar seems to be making lighting decisions in the dark. (Remember when we installed all the cans for fixtures before the drywall went up? Yep. It was dark out.) We could play with that analogy for a while. Or I could cut to the chase and say, “Looky here!”
I love how my journals become time capsules, documenting the adventures and thoughts of my life. Here’s a scrapbook-style page I made about a float trip Martin and I took exactly two years ago. Thought you’d enjoy it.
The brown bag sticker has a quote from Norman McClain’s beautiful book, A River Runs Through It. (Perhaps you’ve seen this classic Montana movie?)
Last June, I created this summer fun list in my journal and decorated it with paper bunting.
Martin and I have been talking a lot about what we want to squeeze into the next two months, which are always the most beautiful in Montana. I thought I’d document it with another list.
We’re looking forward to a quieter summer than usual, which will be nice. We’ll get some more remodeling done at the hangar and do more of the local events that we always miss.