Mother's Day is just around the corner, so how about creating a layout that takes you back to your childhood. What were the rules you had to follow as a child? What could you get away with from Mom as opposed to Dad? Which rules have you passed on to your children? (or think you might pass on if you ever have children)
Journaling reads: "I sure don't look very happy. I may be sitting in this chair as a punishment, and I probably deserved it. As a child, I had problems with boundaries and rules - don't leave the yard, don't cross the street, don't go past Steinbaugh's driveway. I broke them all. Multiple times. And if I heard Dad's whistle I came flying home. He was always fair, but if he found out I was lying, the consequences were severe. So I learned it's always better to tell the truth. That's one lesson I tried to pass on to Andrew. Always tell the truth."
Oh yes, I can tell by the look on my face that I'm in some kind of trouble.
My husband suggests some things never change. Sigh. I admit, I still struggle with authority. I like being self-employed and probably would not do well having to work for someone else.
You can head over to Journaling Junkie and see the rest of the design team's Challenge #103. If you create a layout based on this journaling prompt, please send me a link to your blog post. I'll make sure you are added to my Friday Picks!