I love taking photos from random events and tying them together into one layout. In this case, it's all pictures of Trevor playing in the water last spring through fall.
My favorite part of the layout is somewhat hard to see in the scan, but it's the water droplets at the top. I used Glossy Accents to extend the spray of water from the top middle picture, arching it so that it leads the eye to the photo of Trevor running through the sprinklers in our backyard.
Water play is a huge part of our summer most years. Hopefully we'll get enough rain in the next few months that the drought won't prevent us from having water play this year. I was young, but I can clearly remember California's drought from the mid-70's and how it impacted nearly every facet of our lives. With severe limits on bathing, flushing, and irrigating, there was absolutely no water for playing. I don't ever want to go through that again.
Anyone else remember drought restrictions, either from California in the 1970s or elsewhere at a different time? I'd love to hear your memories.