A bit of time for some journaling this last week…pages already painted and pictures pasted were all ready for the thoughts that come while sitting and thinking…
…from those crazy days when we feel like we’re swinging from one trapeze to another…
…to peaceful, soft and lovely poetry from William Blake.
Thoughts of self-improvement and progression can’t help but pop up in your mind as you reflect on a page just waiting for such thoughts to come out…
Bright colors painted and stamped just begged for words of cheerfulness…and Joseph Addison perfectly provided the quote required…
Sometimes the lovely faces I choose to illustrate my pages remind me of things about myself that my inner self knows, but my outer self sometimes forgets in the mad rush of days…
I have always felt very, very connected to the past. And that, I suppose, is what this little blog of mine is all about--
See you soon with something new…
Julie, I always always love your journal pages. Your handwriting is beautiful. Love all your thoughts and ideas. You are a really amazingly talented creative person! Love you to bits! xoxoxoReplyDelete
Dear Julie, Your journaling is top notch . . . I am loving every single page :)ReplyDelete
Elegant charm, that is how I would describe your pages.
Thank you for sharing:)
Your blogging sister, Connie
Hello Julie It's always nice to stop by and see what you have been doing. Your journaling is beautiful I really admire your hand writing. I really like the quote by J.A. I thought I recognised his name so checked on wiki (very useful) but what a sad end to a life filled with service.ReplyDelete
How has all the scraping going? not seen any LOs for a while. Love Dxx
Very cool journaling, Julie. You are always up to something neat and interesting! I quote William Blake to my dog: "Little lamb who made thee?" and then I tell her, of course that our Great Big Wonderful God did.... **Smiles**ReplyDelete
Hope you have a very joyful weekend!
Oh, I always enjoy seeing your beautiful journal pages Julie. The colors and words are so happy and inspiring.ReplyDelete
Julie, I love looking at your pages!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pages... Love the quote on "Would the girl".ReplyDelete
Hi! I’m new follower of your blog and would like to invite you to join me at my weekly Clever Chicks Blog Hop:ReplyDelete
I hope you can make it!
Kathy Shea Mormino
The Chicken Chick