Sunday, January 7, 2018

Decembers to Remember - stories 8 - 14

I’ve been diligently working on my Decembers to Remember album, but I was sidetracked for a while with a nasty bout of the flu. Take a look at stories 8 - 14 if you’d like some storytelling inspiration (maybe) for your own DD that you might be trying to finish. Surely, I’m not the only one still working on this project...

Check back in later this week for more stories from this album. I’m still having a great time committing these important stories to this album! 


  1. Thanks so much for sharing these. I love them! After hearing what you were planning on doing on the podcast, I decided to do something A little similar. Instead of the traditional December Daily approach, I kept a journal during December. It ended up being some current thoughts about the holidays mixed with a few memories of past Holiday traditions. I really love how you take popular projects and make them your own! Really gives me permission to do the same. And on an unrelated note.....loved, loved, loved your comments and thoughts about the common place books on last week’s podcasts - so smart and really interesting about the history of these and why they are making a resurgence. You guys are the best and I’m so thankful for the successes you’re having and all that you bring to our hobby!

  2. I'm a little late to the game here in giving thought to December Daily (lol), but I am so happy you are sharing your Decembers To Remember pages. I have never been drawn to undertake a December Daily project, mostly because December is too busy already and I don't want to add stress to my holidays. But your approach takes away that pressure. I could start a Decembers to Remember album in November as a wonderful way to ignite my Christmas spirit and finish it whenever! After reading your delightful stories, I am flooded with wonderful memories from my childhood that I would love to document like this. Going to start writing down ideas and searching for photos right now ...