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Beautiful journaling! I was adopted so I don't know where I get my creativity from. I am so thankful that you took the time to get to know your mom, even if it was after she passed. Blessings to you.
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I'd also like to have the receipe if you have time.
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Thanks!

this is wonderful. I'm so sorry you lost your mom, twice. Blessings to all who knew and loved her.

Wonderful layout and journalling on this one...congratulations. I would love the receipe for these bars if you could forward it to me that would be very much appreciated.
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Rhondyg

amazing LO, such heartfelt journaling

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Project - Mastered - Closure Layout
by Jules17
posted 01/22/08 at 08:21 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

If your a cryer read no more. This is a layout which may seem odd at first but once you read my journaling you'll figure it out. TFL - any comments more than welcome and I'm sorry if I made you cry….it was a layout that offered closure to myself, something I needed.

PS. If you want the receipie featured on this layout, which is amazing and not too sweet, just comment and I will send it to you! TFL!

Journaling

Dear Mom,

You left me at an early age and I never got the chance to know you. For many years I was very angry and hurt by you. I tried my hardest not to be like you. Thought I didn�?Tt know you, I knew that I couldn�?Tt be like you.

The years went on and I had no desire to make you a part of my life. I had a mom, a step mom. She made me super and cared for me. She was there for me.

In 2007 I got married, and I realized the importance of family. I decided I wanted to meet you and to see where I came from. I wanted to wait for that perfect time, when I had finally become someone to be proud of. I guess I waited to long. You fell ill quickly in September and no one could tell me, so before I knew it you were gone again.

At your funeral I learnt about you, and I felt proud. You had a big heart, were very creative, and were an excellent chef. Although you went through some difficult times in life, you were a daughter, a wife, and a friend. But most of all you gave birth to me, you were my mother. You may have never been there for me emotional or physically but I still have you to thank. I have to thank you for my good looks, big heart, creativity, and culinary skills.

When I found out about your amazing Nanaimo bars I knew what I had to do. I needed to make these my specialty, so I could be just like you.

I forgive you.

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