This is a pile of all my journals…and yes, I use all of them.
I don’t use all of them everyday but I use at least one of them everyday.
(I know it’s weird…but I like journaling ok.)
Here’s what some of them are:
*A journal for recording the books I’ve read along with the author and the date I finished reading them.
*A journal for each of my children where I record thoughts and feelings and experiences with them.
*A journal for writing down/sketching sewing or crafting ideas.
*A journal for recording all the embarrassing/weird things that happen to me (and yes, I do use this a lot—how I find myself in predicaments is a mystery…like the other day when two dudes at the gas station (whom I’ve never met) were asking my advice about a girl one of them is dating who keeps inviting him over to play Angry Birds but how he doesn’t go and is now wondering is playing Angry Birds is some girl code for making out….anyways…)
*A journal of moments with my husband I don’t want to forget.
There’s more…but you get the point…I kind of have a journal for everything…but this year I got 2 new journals that I really like.
The first one is a 5 year journal. Each page is a different date in the year and there is a space on each date for 5 years to write one thing that happened that day. Then each year as you write you will be able to see what you did previously on that day.
Alright…I’ll admit it. That was the worst explanation EVER but trust me…it’s a cool journal.
Then next journal is a journal of lists. Each page gives you a topic and then you make your list and date it.
The list I just made was: “List all the things you would do if you weren’t afraid.”
I’ve never kept a journal like this before and it’s actually pretty enlightening and I’m really enjoying writing in it.
Here’s the question for today—“List the lines your sick of waiting in.”
The line at Wal-Mart on double coupon day…HONESTLY make a no coupon line already! I just want to buy my tortilla chips and go home. Heck, I’ll give you the 25 cents you are going to save if you won’t make me wait for the manager to come and price match your Cream of Mushroom Soup!
Whew. I feel better now.
So, how about you?
What lines are you sick of waiting in?
PS—Um, Happy Valentine’s Day.