52 Stories – Number Forty Nine – Go

Looking back at the photographs from our holiday to Portugal last year I stopped at this one. It got me thinking just why I took it. I do that a lot. I take many, many pictures and most are not for scrapping they are for documenting. I use Project Life® for that but you could simply use a photo album and add some words.

Actually I have been thinking about using photo albums as well to keep some photos handy for browsing. I did start to do this a few years ago and may add to those albums as I have so many great pictures but like I say some I don’t need or want to make a layout from.

But I digress. When I was looking at this photo I decided that a story should be told about Gav and his running. So here it is.

Go Gav

Here’s the story –

I can’t begin to express how in awe I am of your running. You just go and do it. Every week come rain or shine. Amazing! Keep going with this wonderful thing.

Do  get the story down/would I add anything more?

A short story. But still a good one and as I said above something that should be told. I guess I could have added how long he has been running but I think I have documented it in Project Life®. I could have also added that he runs even when we’re on holiday but I thinks that’s obvious? Anyway overall I like it!

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52 stories is a series (or adventure) in my story telling. Can I get the whole story onto a layout? Am I telling the stories I want to tell? Read the inspiration post here.

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2 Responses to 52 Stories – Number Forty Nine – Go

  1. Mary-Lou says:

    Yes go Gav & what admiration I have to go along with the running. I use to run & those two words “use to” are popping up more & more in my life. I really like the colours on this layout & great use, brilliant thinking outside of the box of the Disney paper …

    I think this is one of those photos you are glad to have taken. I do that too, take photos as a story or tale comes to mind & I want something to reflect that story … only trouble is I have more of those than I can keep up with because I use to scrap all the time! Oh life, what photo do I need to capture that heavy sigh (lol).

    • mel says:

      Just keep plugging away one story at a time. It will come back, ebb and flow remember.

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