Cassie King

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  1. Beautiful page and poem too!
  2. Wow, I love the two page spread and how fitting your photos are for the kit! This brings back so many memories of hours worth of skating in the basement of a grade school friend. How fun!
  3. Such an emotion filled page! It really portrays your feelings well. I hope that this page was therapeutic for you and that things will start looking up soon so that you won't have any more reason for pages like this!
  4. Love that big bold title! So fun!
  5. Super hero and a super page indeed! Great job with the challenge and getting those memories scrapped!
  6. Oh my gosh, this is so fun! I love the kit you chose and how your journaling weaves in and around your photos!
  7. Beautiful page! Your journaling is so heartfelt and ties in so perfectly with the circle on your page!
  8. Oh my gosh, I feel stressed just looking at this page! Lol! You've done a great job portraying the hectic, craziness that your month has been!
  9. May 2017 Challenge

    Journaling reads: If I had to pick just one single memory I’d like to capture for all time, this is it. This moment holds so much emotion for me and for my husband and our daughter. More than meeting Nathan, more than marrying him, more than even giving birth to my children. This was the day Nathan had returned from his 2nd tour of duty to Afghanistan. We were so worried about how Aubrey would react as there had been nearly no form of communication other than an occasional email. No Skype, no phone calls - nothing for her to hear his voice or see his face. She was only 2 when he left and she’d only had 18 months before that to build a relationship with him as she was 8 months old when he returned from his first deployment. Nathan and I were both so worried she wouldn’t remember him or she’d be upset, or distant - understandably so. But the morning he returned we were sitting in the living room when we hear her coming down the hardwood floor hall. She saw him and literally started running into his arms. There was no ackward moment wondering who he was, why he was here, or dealing with hurt feelings. Just pure, unabashed joy and relief to have her daddy back. Nathan cried. I cried. The most beautiful, pure moment he or I had ever experienced. I treasure it more than any other memory in my life. I’m so grateful to have captured it on film so that I can continue to relive this moment every time I see these photos and so that I can share them with her one day as well. I used Press Pause by Kristin Cronin Barrow and Somewhere in Time template by Fiddle Dee Dee Designs.
  10. Here's my take on the challenge. I love these types of challenges b/c I always end up with a page that I really feel tells the story and is worth passing down to my children!
  11. This is super awesome! I love how you journaled your thoughts, highlighting specific parts. It really pops off the page! Love the blended, grungy photo too!
  12. Wow, this is awesome Christa! You did such a great job!
  13. Coming in under the wire here! Phew what a month! Here's my entry and in case it's not clear here's the little schpeel I wrote with it in the gallery! I modeled this one after my favorite TV series - Switched at Birth. The show is about two teenage girls who discover they've been switched at birth in the hospital. They're totally different from each other - one rich, the other underprivileged, one deaf, the other hearing, etc but they (and their families) learn to adapt to their differences and grow to love and appreciate each other for who they are and the experiences that made them that way. I decided to make my page about my daughters and how different they are. They're 100% biological siblings, same mom, same dad but boy are they ever different! Not just looks alone but their personalities too. My oldest is bold, outgoing, a brainiac know it all, loves math and science and loves to cook, never wants to be alone, sleeps the bare minimum and is a vegetarian by choice. My youngest is quiet, reserved and loves nothing more than to spend the day at home, away from people. She loves to write and is a wonderful artist who is a self proclaimed "MEAT EATER!" (and she really is!) who often asks if it's bed time yet and whines when it's time to wake up. My girls are different as night and day and each one of them keeps me on my toes for different reasons! BUT despite their differences, they're still the best of friends. I personally think that being the military family that we are encourages, and pretty much requires, that they be best of friends since we're so often leaving out other friends behind. I hope they always nurture their relationship, appreciating and encouraging differences and enjoying their few similarities together too! http://forum.scrapaneers.com/gallery/image/3803-april-2017-challengejpg/
  14. April 2017 Challenge.jpg

    I modeled this one after my favorite TV series - Switched at Birth. The show is about two teenage girls who discover they've been switched at birth in the hospital. They're totally different from each other - one rich, the other underprivileged, one deaf, the other hearing, etc but they (and their families) learn to adapt to their differences and grow to love and appreciate each other for who they are and the experiences that made them that way. I decided to make my page about my daughters and how different they are. They're 100% biological siblings, same mom, same dad but boy are they ever different! Not just looks alone but their personalities too. My oldest is bold, outgoing, a brainiac know it all, loves math and science and loves to cook, never wants to be alone, sleeps the bare minimum and is a vegetarian by choice. My youngest is quiet, reserved and loves nothing more than to spend the day at home, away from people. She loves to write and is a wonderful artist who is a self proclaimed "MEAT EATER!" (and she really is!) who often asks if it's bed time yet and whines when it's time to wake up. My girls are different as night and day and each one of them keeps me on my toes for different reasons! BUT despite their differences, they're still the best of friends. I personally think that being the military family that we are encourages, and pretty much requires, that they be best of friends since we're so often leaving out other friends behind. I hope they always nurture their relationship, appreciating and encouraging differences and enjoying their few similarities together too!
  15. I can totally see it! Great job!