Better late than never with this weeks instalment of my story telling adventure.
The limbo, hop, jump obstacle course
My ‘test’ if you will, to knowing if I’ve succeeded in my quest to capture the story, will be that if I can just quote the journaling I’ve used on the page and not need/want to add anything here in the post to explain it further, then I have done it, I’ve got all the bits of the story down.
Here is the story of this page –
One afternoon in 2015… Me “We could build and obstacle course.” Her with a tone of disbelief “No we couldn’t.” Well I did. I used every ounce of my brain to come up with ideas of what to use. Gav joined us then Buddy joined in too and we had such FUN. She used her mobile phone to time us. Gav got an injury but was still in the lead. I really have trouble balancing on bricks… After our three runs Gav came out in the lead and she wanted just one more go to see if she could beat him. And she did by a fraction. I love that we know how to have fun and surprise her now and then.
The takeaway from story number twenty eight/would I add anything more?
I actually drafted out all the journalling in pencil on this page before I added the title. I needed to make sure I had enough room for the story. I am learning at last! Love the story and the overall page. So no I wouldn’t add anything to this one.
52 stories is a year long 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.