Hi friends! It's Rach here again...are you sick of me yet? We're going to be doing a Journaling Prompt challenge this week. It's all about a lesson you've learned. Did you teach something to someone else? Did someone else teach you? What is a lesson you've learned and/or taught? Did it just happen? Was it in a classroom or the classroom of life? Did it involve someone else or did you learn it on your own? Let us know! We're always so thrilled to see the HP layouts in the MSA gallery. You'll be playing for 10$ to Traci's shop and 10$ to Aja's shop. Get busy!! :)
Here's some inspiration to get you started:
Layout by Nikki
Journaling: When i was in college, the entire last semester was spent doing my student teaching. I was so lucky to be assigned to Mrs. Dotsie Alexander's 2nd grade class. I learned more during that 9 weeks than I learned in 4 years of classroom studies. These kids are all grown up now but I can still remember them all so well. My student teaching experience was fantastic!
Credits: Who's In School Class of 2010 by Penny Springmann, Cindy's Templates Set 75 by Cindy Schneider, Itty Bits Alpha by Dani Mogstad
Layout by Jacque
CREDITS: Background paper by Amy Wolff, Stamps by Emily Merritt, All elements and alphas by Dani Mogstad, Emily Merritt, Jacque Larsen, Jen Wilson, and Amber Clegg.
Layout by Lauren
Journal: I'm learning that you can't make someone love you. They have to choose and keep choosing and if one day they choose not to love you anymore it doesn't matter what they said they would do. It only matters what they are doing now. I'm still here. I still choose. I hope one day you will choose, again. too.
One Little Bird and Kitty Designs Twogetherness, Amy Martin Cut It Out Template Mini No 4, Shelleyrae Vintage Alpha, Miss Mint Cardboard Alpha, ViVa Winged Alpha, Fonts: 1928 Typewriter, Susie's Hand
Layout by Emily
Journaling: in two thousand two i graduated from byu-hawaii with a bachelors degree in social work. i never really had planned to go into social work, but when i made the decision, it felt right. i only worked in that field until two thousand four, right before bryleigh was born. but the things that i learned while was in school and those few years after were invaluable. because of my social work background, i have learned about human behavior and what makes people tick. i'm able to really see people and why they do what they do. it may not help me have any more tolerance for it, but i can usually figure out why people act the way they do. i'm grateful for my education and for the life lessons it has taught me! journaled 10.18.2010
Credits: Jumpers 33 by Crystal Livesay; North Shore by Paislee Press; Memoirs of Two Island Girls by Emily Merritt and Valorie Wibbens; Happy Place alpha by Lauren Reid
The winner from last weeks challenge is:
Chookie for her layout Singing
I relate to this on so many levels and it's layered elements behind the journaling is just as awesome as it comes. Email me at rachelyoungdesigns at gmail dot com for your codes. Thanks for playing, everyone and be sure to submit your layouts for this weeks challenge! It might be your page up here next week!