The children are all back in school and hopefully they are enjoying themselves. All of those school activities to keep them active and thinking. I was on the drill team and in the French club myself so I covered the moving and learning groups. I was brave enough to share my graduation photo in a previous post; back in the olden days it was a meat market for those pictures. (You can see it HERE, but I’m telling you – eat something first. It’s not good to see something like that on an empty stomach.)
All of those memories can be beautifully curated in yearbooks designed at Shutterfly. The site is so easy to use and the kids can add their own touches to what is a very special memory of their school years. Personal photos instead of the boring ones usually found in yearbooks would make looking back so much more exciting. Back in my day this would not have been possible – but now it is!
I have had so much fun making photobooks – I know that the tech savvy wizards that are today’s children would run rings around what I have done. That is why having them design their own personal yearbook is such a delightful idea . . . In fact I know one senior who might just get a Shutterfly Photobook as a gift this year.
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