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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Reflecting on Changes 2 comments  
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Each year some try to make new goals or resolutions. Some we are able to follow through with when others are just too hard to complete. With each goal/resolution we have something to look forward to, or to reach towards.  Some of the most popular resolutions are to get fit, quit smoking, quit drinking or learn something new.


Jennifer (Sarawhithers) takes us back with her past resolution. She say, "For the Digi Ct Reveal this week, we're going through resolutions. Whether it be past, present or future, simple goals or ones you've tried to do year and year again, no matter the resolution, they're a part of who you are! For my pages, I've decided to go with some goals from my past, my present and my future. "

Past Resolution


Present Resolution by Sarawhithers


Future Resolution by Sarawhithers



Sara (Keling) shared three different resolutions with different parts of her life, from faith, health and just ambitions. She said, "When thinking about this week's reveal, I thought it would be cool to make a new cover for my Bible - I've got this cool one with a clear cover, so you can change. So, I put together a list of 'resolutions' based on Biblical principals, that would be great to put on the Bible as a reminder."

Biblical Resolutions


Fitness First by Keling


Let Her Bake Cake by Keling



Brittney (milmomma) chose three new resolutions for the new year. She said, "For this weeks reveal we are featuring goals and resolutions, past, present and future. I try not to make a lot of resolutions but rather focus on goals. And one of my goals for this upcoming year is to be more supportive of my husband and his career."

Supportive by milmomma


Helper by milmomma


Knowledge is Power by milmomma



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Reader Comments ...
1/2/11 3:00 pm
Wow what a really neat and inspiring article!!!

12/30/10 9:22 am
Great job on the article and layouts, gals! Not sure why it is showing up wonky and stretched on my screen, but I was able to see it and I loved how you each approached the theme!