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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

For all we know. . .


we might not get tomorrow. .
  • Yes, i took that right off this song. I barely knew what the rest of the lyric is and I don't think that matters, at least not for me. The first time I heard the song that particular line, I was driving home after sending my children to school and i bawled my eyes out. Yes, at 7am, alone, in the car. And i actually stopped listening, and only have the phrase repeating in my head. We might not get tomorrow. we might not get tomorrow.
  • Then I have a headache for the rest of the day. Nice.
  • For all we know, we might not get tomorrow.
for all you know

close up 1

close up 2

  • The green cardstock and hambly grid paper and the little paper flowers were cut using this Lotus Pendant dies from Spellbinders. 20% off at TwoPeas right now, you should check it out :)
  • The title was handstitched, using the font 'Learning Curve' from dafont.com. I have my beautiful friend Anilu to thank for this. I fell in love with the font at her blog.
  • I ♥ you - that was from an envelope I bought at the mall near my house. Cute little gift shop selling a lot of cute stuff!
Project 365

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Sorry, Caz. We love our seafood. This was my first time cooking couscous. I spent the whole morning researching couscous, can you believe it? I was kinda scared of it at first. Hah! Nidhi loved it very much and have been requesting for it ever since. Soon, soon. I can't wait to experiment more!

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Neha had a study meet with her friends, so Nidhi and I went to the movies.

Please tell me I'm not the only mother who debated between 'Abduction' and 'Dolphin Tale' when bringing her almost 9 yr old to the movies? Let's face it, Taylor Lautner *most of the time* is much hotter than dolphins. And oh, don't worry anyway because in the end, Dolphin Tale won -Abduction has a PG13 rating. Ha! Nidhi and I, we both enjoyed it very much. I still will go watch 'Abduction' by myself though. :)

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Pinterest inspired - Lemon and Rosemary Chicken Bake. This.Is.So.Good. I replaced white wine with chicken stock. next time, I'm gonna try adding some form of heat. Paprika, maybe?

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I felt like chocolate milk, but we ran out. So I improvised. Tasted just as good.

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Again, pinned recipe. Cinnamon sugar pull-apart bread. My house smells like heaven, well, cinnamon heaven. I still have some - who's coming? I'll put the kettle on :)

xoxo

41 comments :

Jess said...

beautiful layout with a beautiful family pic..love that pic!

i want that recipe!!! my guys would love it!!!

Amanda Johnson said...

What a delicious post...from the layout, the yummy food, and the sweet smile! :)Hope you two enjoyed your time together at the movies...that's something I need to take the time to do with my kiddos, spend time with each of them, just them and me. Hope you have a great day lady! :)

Ann said...

I'm a little obsessed with that song! Thanks for the link, so I'm going to be listening to it all day! Stunning layout, love all your bright colors! :)

Jennifer said...

Thank you so much for your super sweet comment on my blog today!! Fun photos and I adore your layout! :)

creating memories... said...

Hi Sasha,
Thank you for stopping by at my blog :)
I'am a huge fan of couscous.. it goes with anything and is a hearty meal

Mary Jo said...

Fabulous layout to go with that amazing photo :)

Beth Ann said...

I am here to give you more hugs! Each page you make is a work of art, my friend. And I seriously want to come over for dinner. Much love from me to you!

jamie long said...

everything in your post took my breath away! The layout, the food, the photos.

Jackie said...

I'm on my way over!

Sasha, your page is just beautiful. I really love your work. :-)

caroline hancock / Scrappercaz said...

HAHAHAHA you know me so well, and it did look good. Going to try the chicken one though so thanks for sharing that.
Fabulous layout and so so true, i would of cried too girl.
love all the details and your stitching :)

Rebecca said...

What a beautiful page! You are such an inspiration to me!!

sharon Ong said...

I want to live at your house for a week...eat yummy food, go watch movies and then get an awesome scrap page done to record the memories! haha :)

Kim said...

OMGeeee...that lemon/rosemary chicken dish looks amazing...and so does the pull apart bread...and so does the seafood couscous ( i only make seasoned couscous here, must.add.shrim...)

HA.

What a happy, lovely, little post.

:)

Geralyn said...

Gorgeous layout, Sasha! I love Learning Curve too :)

Yum, so much good food in your P365 pics :)

Sarah Webb said...

Love the deep blue framing for the page!

Christa said...

I think I need to come to your house just for that cinnamon bread!
And I adore that layout! It is just beautiful!

Anna Sigga said...

That is a beautiful layout and I absolutely love you tittle and journaling!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

You are soooooooooo right!! I need to hear that song! I loveeeeeeeee the lo! AWESOME stitching!! And loveeeeeee the photos!! How was dolphin tale?? :):):):):):):):):):):)

Carla said...

what a gorgeous page!!! As always!! Dolphin Tale is on our list...just trying to find the time, lol!!!

Lisa said...

I love your layout! It includes such an important message. I also have to thank you for inspiring me to use my Spellbinder pendants in my layouts.
Cheers!

ClaireTet said...

Sasha I swear I can smell that bread all the way over here in River Valley! This post made me super hungry. I love your layout too. The stitched font is gorgeous!

Blossom inch said...

beautiful layout as always and terliur tengok all the foods!

Sue said...

look at all your delish food. drool! And that spellbinder die looks good.

kim said...

oh i LOVE your layout!!! so beautiful. And your food pictures always make me hungry, ha!

Ursula said...

amazing...all the time....in every way. and good choice on the movie mama!

Melonie said...

Beautiful LO Sasha!!

JenniferSanborn said...

Great layout...great food pics, too!! :)

Sherri said...

Great to see you creating just for you! Love the hand stitched title - been on my to try list for a while now.

Virginia said...

i love that family page - so special

WillieburgScrapper said...

Oh MAN!!! I just ate dinner and that chicken photo just made me hungry again!!!
Thanks for visiting my bloggity blog- I'm just a tad embarrassed you came in while I was having one of my fits- funny how I think what I'm saying is ok till I see myself from someone else's POV.
LOVE that page! The color pops and stitched title are fantastic (as always!!) Sorry it's been so long between visits- promise not keep repeating that!

Jessica said...

I just saw this post. LOve every bit. Love the layout so much & as always all your yummy pics. I want to make that cinnamon bread too (I saw it pinned!)

Keshet said...

I think I need to make that bread IMMEDIATELY. Holy moly!

Denise said...

ME, ME!!! I want to come for a cuppa and some cinnamon rolls. Your posts are always so wonderful.
Just what's going on, the little things, and I come away filling calmer and much happier. Thanks Sasha.

Diana said...

I'm on my way! I hope you have condensed milk to put in my tea too ;-)
The handstitched title is divine. Love it. And the LO.
Funny you cite that line. I just watched this http://www.ted.com/talks/ric_elias.html and it was a very similar notion... sobering... .
xoxo

Helen Tilbury said...

Oh my your blog is heaven to me!! You look like such an awesome cook - I would shoot right over now for tea & cinnamon pull-apart bread right now if I could. Those prawns and that chicken - both of them look absolutely delicious - I wish I could cook as well as you! And that layout is too beautiful - thanks for the heads up on the dies & the font. My Big Shot arrives this week - so excited! Never owned a die-cutting machine before :)and I know the song you mean - it's beautiful - and always gets me thinking too! And I watched Abduction with my hubby. It's a bit silly & far-fetched but could be a bit scary for a 9 year old - that Dolphin Tale looks cute - we don't have that one here - and our local mall has 22 theatres!!

Elisa said...

Loved that photo and love the layout you made with it. The food looks so yummy, I hunted you in pinterest and started following your food board (plus a few others).

Marti said...

Sasha- your LO is gorgeous!
All that food is making me hungry, though- lol! (((HUGS)))

Ronda Palazzari said...

you are making me hungry just reading this post. Might have to try the lemon chicken recipe. Love love your layout and the sentiment behind it. Just perfect!

AnilĂș Magloire said...

Oh, my! I've said it before, but I'll say it again. You are a scrapbooking genius! I love, LOVE how you perfectly stitched that title. Swoon!
And the food pics... I want!
Love you, sweets <3

Ania said...

Couscous! The kids loves this - I just make it instead of rice or potatoes. Mm...that cinnamonthingie looked delicious...might have to try it out!

Christine said...

Aww, beautiful, beautiful layout, it brings tears to my eyes, just so precious :)