So, I'm starting to panic a little bit as I realize that my days at home will soon be coming to an end. I'm no longer "vacationing." Now, it's just a normal weekend.
Today was a fun day. We went to the movies. I scrapped. Watched basketball all day (gotta love March Madness!). Avoided housework. Good times.
I had a bit of a revelation tonight as I was going through my pictures trying to decide what to scrap. When Kendra was little, I LOOKED for reasons to take pictures. Holidays were a gold mine because we always had tons of activities leading up to the actual big day. I could make 12 layouts out of a single holiday (and I'm talking like Easter or 4th of July... big holidays like Christmas could be worthy of their own album if I had wanted to go that route).
Seriously, back then, I whipped out the camera for everything, so when did that change? We haven't even talked about coloring eggs this year (and I'm not bringing it up), but in the past, I would've already had everything purchased just for the photo op. Going to the movies with a friend (as we did today) would've been definite picture-material. And yesterday's major haircut definitely would've gotten more than the single shot I happened to snap in the beauty shop.
I'm not sure when this all changed or why. Is it because I went back to work? Is it because the kids are older? Am I just "over" scrapbooking just for scrapbooking's sake?
I'm truly not bothered by this thought as much as I am curious as to when it changed. Will I eventually stop taking pictures altogether? (ACK! Now THAT thought bothers me).