Currently the Project Studio class “Home Is Where The Heart Is” is in full swing! There are over 135 members of the class and they are all really enjoying themselves. Photos and pages are being posted to represent different prompts of things in and around the home. Things you LOVE! Everyone is inspiring and encouraging each other and the community of ‘love’ being shared is wonderful to be part of.
I had already completed an entire book about 6 months ago. So, I decided to do another to join in with the class participants for this month. I am so glad I did. Just in that short space of time, all of my photos have been different. One in particular … “From Where I Stand”.
My son is already 18 and could have his license, but he was never in a big hurry to learn to drive and he didn’t go at 16 to get his learner’s permit. A few weeks before Christmas, he went and did the test and was successful and now has a learner’s permit. He needs to have the learner’s permit for a minimum of 12 months to proceed to the probationary license. AND, you have to have a minimum of 120 hours of recorded driving experience.
It’s a very exciting time, and the new adventures will begin as he learns to drive and I go completely grey! LOL
I have been in the car with him a few times and it really is the first time I have ever felt completely out of control of being able to help him. Sure I can talk him through what he is doing and how he is learning, but I can’t physically do it for him. I have learnt that it is hard. I know it will get better, and I know he will be a very capable and experienced driver, but it will take some time. And it will require patience! Lots of patience!
This may not be a new experience for anyone reading this blog post, but for me, it is completely new. A little daunting and exciting at the same time! I will cope, but just for now, there have been a few moments of breath holding and teeth clenching!
My new page “From Where I Stand” is an image of the big yellow L on the back (and front) of our car. All ready for Riley to take off.
The page features the pixels2Pages Blueprint Book “Home Is Where The Heart Is” and all content is from Little Feet Digital Designs “A Home Is Where The Heart Is”.
Fonts: Lane Narrow, A Little Pot