Sunday, September 8, 2013

Days 7 & 8 (and a peek at the first week all together!): 30 Days of Lists

I didn't seem too many exciting things yesterday. We hung out at the house mostly and even then we did pretty average stuff.

One thing that was neat was Luna and my tablet. We don't let her play with electronics or watch TV but I was looking around the Google Play store and found a cute free shapes app and let Luna check it out. It had shapes and said the names of things and Luna repeated after the narrator and said, circle, door, and pizza! It was pretty neat. Three new words all at once! I don't think I'll make the screen time a habit though. Maybe on special occasions though.

Now for Day 8: Childhood Chores!

The only childhood chores I really remember was mowing the lawn (we had a huge lawn and we got to use the riding mower so it was kind of fun!) and cleaning up dog poop. Great...if I remember correctly, we had to clean up the dog poop before we mowed. Oh joy. Oh, and the dishes..."Cleaning the counters is part of doing the dishes...go back and do the counters!" I call "bullshit" on that. That is two different chores. Yea...I'm still a little bit bitter. you wanna see the first Project Life page for the project?!? It looks very nice all put together!
((Remember you can click on any picture to make it larger!))

Now that my first week of  "30 Day of Lists" is done, I'm feeling pretty good about it. I hope you've all enjoyed checking them out so far...only 22 days left!

Want to learn more about my list project/"30 Days of Lists"? Please visit my original post to learn more!

Want to see more lists? Search for the hashtag "#30lists" on Instagram or Pinterest to see more! Or you can go to the #30lists Flickr Group. And if you're a Twitter user, you can check out even more lists here.

-Mrs. 246


  1. Wow!!! This is truly my favorite presentation of 30 Days of Lists! I am inspired!!!

    1. Thank you! That means alot...there are some pretty awesome lists I've been seeing!

  2. Wow, it looks amazing! I love how each card is different, but there is a lot tyibng them together. You should totally be teaching classes on this! Also, I have been wanting to ask, what does the 246 stand for? My apologies if this is in an earlier post and I just missed it!

    1. Thank you! I'm not sure I'm teacher-worthy yet, but that's a wonderful compliment! The 246 is our apartment #. It says that around here somewhere...can't remember where. I'll put it in the little "about me" in my sidebar soon so others won't get confused either. Thank you!