Mike and I went fishing on our honeymoon. He knew I’d been wanting to go fishing for a long time, so he found us a day trip excursion on a fishing boat. It wasn’t something we’d really planned to do ahead of time ~ kind of just a spontaneous adventure. Now, you’re probably thinking that fishing isn’t the most romantic way to spend your honeymoon, but to me the entire notion was extremely romantic. It was a gesture of love and self sacrifice on Mike’s part, considering that he had other things he’d rather have been doing, plus he is prone to seasickness. He wanted to risk it considering how badly he knew I wanted to go. And sure enough…we should’ve planned better with the dramamine…Honestly, I think I have the sweetest, most loveable, most romantic husband in the entire world. I love it that he is always up for an adventure, and he doesn’t let anything stop him.
We were delighted at how many fish we caught! They were amazingly fresh and delicious! We were enjoying the fish for long after the honeymoon was over. Hopefully I’ll be scrapping more fish pictures soon.
Scrapbooking Supplies Used in This Layout:
- Patterned Paper is “Swimming Fish” from “The Great Outdoors Line” by Reminisce.
- Fishing Stickers from the Great Outdoors Line (I used 2 packages of them to create this layout.)
- Journaling block diecut stickers are also from Reminisce’s Great Outdoors Line
This is such a great line to scrap with ~ the stickers, especially, make me smile. They say things like “No exaggerating!” Hahaha! (I’ll be using that one on another fishing layout I have planned.) I had so much fun making this layout and reliving the memories. I will treasure it always!