Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Scrap Yourself Challenge Number 6 **Your Most Important Decision*

This challenge over at Scrap Yourself Challenge Blog was my pick this go around. I chose to scrap about the most important decision of my life. Here's my little write up about it:



My challenge is to scrap "Your Most Important Decision In Your Life". I know we all have made them. Maybe it was going back to school?; changing careers?; becoming a stay at home mom; leaving a relationship?; staring a new one?

Whatever it might be, it is likely it has changed you in some way. Mine was to have a child. I wasn't sure about being a mom. I didn't want to be "my mom" or resent having a child. I was almost 41 when I had my little boy. It was a huge decision for me, and it turned out to be the best decision as well.

So, let's here it. What is that "big" decision that change you?


My journaling reads: 

 Having you was the most important decision in my life.  I was so afraid I would turn out to be the mom that "my mom" was to me.  I never wanted to be the kind of mom who put someone else before her child and did not protect them.  I wanted to be a mom where her child knew they were loved above anything else.  It took years of counseling and the belief of others to make me see that I might be a good mom.  I almost waited to late, since I was nearly forty-one when you were born.  I can't tell you how thankful I am that God made it possible to conceive you, Hayden.  You are everything and so much more to me.

4 comments:

Chantal said...

What a lovely layout!!! I'd have to agree with you with this one! I'd pick the same thing! :D

Zoa said...

WOW WOW WOW!!!! I am in LOVE with this page Susan! FABULOUS!!!! I love all the small photos piled into the heart shape- such a cool idea!! Great Job!!! (and great prompt too!)

xoxo~ Zoa

Kim said...

awww Susan...this is absolutely perfect. Hayden wwill really appreciate tyour sincere journaling later in life. Fantastic job with the challengge.

Hugs to you

Kim

Debbi Tehrani said...

Gorgeous page, Susan, and I love your honest journaling!