A Father's Day theme is attached to Journaling Junkie Challenge #106. The prompt is: Dad's are usually do-ers. Celebrate all the things your Dad (or the Father of your childen) does for you. My dad did all kinds of things for us growing up, like work two jobs, but mostly I remember all the things he did with us. That's what I wanted to celebrate with this layout. I don't have any photos from back then, so I took what I had and came up with this.
Journaling reads: "When we were kids, Dad used to take us to the pool on hot summer days and sledding on cold winter days. He turned out the lights and played scary games with us before bedtime. He played catch with us in the backyard and basketball with us and our friends in the church gym. These more recent photos show Dad still likes to have fun. Maybe he is just a kid at heart!"
Supply List - Cardstock: American Crafts; Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Life of the Party; Border Punch: Fiskars; Letters: American Crafts, Jillibean Soup; Embellishments: Basic Grey
How many layouts do you have about your parents, not as a couple, but as individuals? I love it when my mom and dad talk about their parents and what it was like when they were growing up. I'm looking forward to creating more layouts that will describe my parents to future generations.