The invite came all the other Mom’s are going they drink wine, they laugh and bitch about husbands all while building beautiful pieces of scraping book art. I cannot scrap book not even a little. Last time i tried I cut my hair and glue ended well lets just say I don’t talk about it. To this day I have night terrors of the weekend scrap booking Mom’s laughing at me.
It’s really hard being a Mom that cannot scrapbook. You would think anyone can scrapbook but I cannot I was not born with this talent at all. Yep no scrap booking DNA here. People like me we experience extreme amounts of stress having all our photo of our children from womb to teenager piled in boxes. The knowledge of these boxes and knowing that some day we need to what? What will we do? The same thing my Mom did and her Mom buy more boxes! Panasonic
There may be a glimmer of hope for us lacking scrap booking DNA its called Shutterfly or Snapfish.
(scrapbook) an album into which clippings or notes or pictures can be pasted.
White wines of choice all under $15 perfect for Scrap booking so if you spill its white and not red.
- French Rabbit 2006 Chardonnay-Sauvignon: Sold in “Petit” 250-milliliter cartons that have 10 percent of the carbon footprint of a glass bottle, this dry French wine gets its juicy, peachy character from the Chardonnay and a crisp edge from the Sauvignon Blanc. ($11 per four-pack)
- Dry Creek Vineyard 2007 Dry Chenin Blanc: This longtime hit has a lot of what people love about California Chardonnay—that soft, easy-drinking quality—but with an exotic honeysuckle twist in a lighter-bodied frame. ($12)
- Tasca D’almerita 2007 Regaleali: From one of Sicily’s most reliable producers—a good name to know on a restaurant wine list—this light, bone-dry white seems to blossom and take on weight (with flavors suggesting Granny Smith apples and grapefruit) when sipped with foods like fried fish, roast chicken, or mildly spicy Asian dishes. ($14)
- Taz 2007 Pinot Gris: Much fuller-bodied than most Pinot Grigios, it’s a smooth, melony, big white-wine mouthful meant to be enjoyed while young and fresh. ($15)
- Coopers Creek 2007 Sauvignon Blanc: This New Zealand bottling revels in the full-throttle lime and grapefruit qualities of the grape and has a hint of exotic fruit. It works best with herby, vegetable-centric dishes: Greek salad, chicken quesadillas with salsa. ($15)