May 22, 2009

MIA...

...because all this week's blogging time (and then some. and then some more.) has been spent finishing this little project for Middle Dude's school.

2009 yearbook

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13 comments:

Beth@Pages of Our Life said...

I know you probably can't show these upclose but I would love to know any tips you have for doing a project like this. Was is all done in Foto Fushion? From what I can see the layouts look great and I love the color splash backgrounds.

Melinda said...

Holy cow - I cannot even begin to fathom the amount of time you must have put into a project this big.

Aunt Tea said...

that's. a. lot. of. work.

Heidi said...

Oh, my word, Susan! What a huge project. I can only imagine how awesome the finished project is!! We'll forgive you for being MIA. But only this time. :)

Mrs. E. said...

Oh Susan, you have indeed been very busy. What a blessing you are to many people!

Tracy P. said...

Our loss has clearly been their gain! Middle Dude is worth it. ;-)

theArthurClan said...

I'm tired just thinking about trying to accomplish all that! Middle Dude's school must appreciate you so much. :)

Becca~TimeWellSpent said...

That looks amazingly detailed and time consuming. Very cool to have that to look back on!

Beatriz Kim said...

Wish you could have been my mom! Wow! That's an amazing job! Really seriously phenomenal!

The Animator's Wife said...

Wow, it looks like you have done a fantastic job. That is a crazy under-taking, they are VERY fortunate to have you, and your willing, serving, heart!

I have heard wonderful things about that school. My daughter attends Trinity Classical Academy up here a bit north. :)

SKELLER said...

Animator's Wife -
It *is* a really special school. Probably in no small part because of what we've learned from *your* school. :-)
Dont'cha love Classical?!?

Life with Kaishon said...

You are such a great teacher! I feel excited when I think of how far your children will go using the teachings you have taught them! WOW!

Sharon said...

WOW!! What program did you use to put all of that together? You amaze me! :)