My favorite song is Hey Soul Sister by Train or Viva La Vida by Coldplay.
During my life, I have come to the realization that everyone has a story, you just have to ask. If you do, it will help you understand both them and yourself better.
I have lived in my current home in Colorado longer than any other place in our 20 years of married life. Time to either do a really good cleaning out, or move.
One of the most defining moment of my life was when God answered a prayer I really needed answering.
My camera is a Sony Alpha 100, and my favorite lens is my 50mm f1.4.
When I scrapbook, I make a mess. And I'm not very good at cleaning it up. Need to change that.
I've been scrapbooking for 6 years give or take a few.
My favorite scrapbooking colors are bright and happy.
You might notice that many of my pages include a large title and lots of white space.
Emily doesn’t have cable television, reason being her two children–Annie (17) and Ethan (14) and husband Kelly are much more entertaining than anything you’d find on TV. They provide her with more than enough scrapping material to keep her busy for years, and she’s OK with that. Emily’s focus in scrapping shifted a bit, making it hard for her to want to keep creating, but lately the stories have been coming back and in her graphically whimsical style, she's started to enjoy the hobby again. Emily's work has been seen once or twice in paper publications, but with magazines dropping like flies, that's no longer as prevalent an event. She designs with Maya Road, Simple Stories, and Cocoa Daisy.