What do you consider "caught up?"
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Posted: 1/17/2013 4:57:32 AM
Since I have quite a bit to scrap. I set small goals for myself.
I am caught up with my GD 1st yr scrapbook. I have her 2nd and 3rd years started. But right now I working on her 2nd year scrapbook.
When that is finished I will be caught up with her 2nd year.
Then I will finish her 3rd year scrapbook. Then I will be caught up with her 3rd year. Thats how I use the term caught up.
I'm caught up with that particular year for her.
When that is done I have a military album I want to make for DH.
Then I will be caught up with that when it is finished.
I want to get caught up with scrapbooking our wedding album so I am caught up with that. All these projects are started it's just a matter of finishing them.
I guess for my GD's books I will feel caught up when I am working on the year she is old. So I hope to when she turns 5 be working through out that year as events happen. So it is on going with her but in another sense I would consider myself caught up. I have 36 layouts to be caught up on my GD's books. I am going to try and reach that goal this year. I use these term loosely b/c scrapbooking is always an on going process for me. So I find it less overwhelming to say I am caught up with scrapping each year and setting small goals to complete.



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Posted: 1/17/2013 6:18:14 AM
I think being caught up means I am dead. Because I have my childhood photos, college photos and everything I take now PLUS photos from my mother and grandmothers. I will never get even a fraction of it all scrapped.


Christi in MA
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