There is a game on the forums of UK Scrappers at the moment which involves looking back at random past scrapbook pages.
When I looked, the scrapbook was number 7, and the page number 7.
Scrapbook 7 for me is Kevin's book, all the pages are about him, his family, or the two of us. Page 7 was one of a series that were about a holiday we took to Derry in Northern Ireland back in summer 2006.
It really is of its time scrapping wise, a big title, stamped straight onto the page with paint (brave!) using Making Memories foam stamps (I still have these, and occasionally use them)
The interesting thing for me is the hidden journalling, I rarely hide my journalling, either then or now. The page was politically sensitive, being about those who were shot and killed on Bloody Sunday, and in 2006 when I made the layout the British army had not admitted fault on the day, the enquiry that laid this squarely at their door and the apology from the British government was still a few years away. Because of this I hid my journalling,
including the names of those killed behind a photo of a commemorative window taken in Derry Guildhall.
..and in the closeup is the name of my husband's relative Johnny Johnson, a middle aged man, cousin to Kevin's grandfather , who was shot on the day of the peaceful demonstration, and died a few days later from his injuries. I think now is the time to open up the journalling.