So I've noticed I'm extremely attached to my journal. I left it at home for a day while I went to work and I was extremely disappointed all day that it wasn't with it. Even if I don't get to work on it, I feel a sense of companionship just by having it by my side. I like having it there for those lil bursts of creative moments, its just better than having to use a napkin to doodle on.
I'm a little sad that I'm almost to the end of the journey, only a few bare pages are left. I wonder what it will feel like once it is complete. Will it feel like a part of me is missing? Or will it feel like a part of me is complete and satisfied? We wait to see.
I flip through the book and see that some of the easier tasks haven't been accomplished yet. I.E. Paper Chain, Colorful Candy, Paper funnel. I wonder why I have tackled the tougher items first, the more destructive items, yet it is hard to get the inspiration to get the smaller tasks completed.
Before I sign out for today. I wanted to shout a big thankyou to DirtyFootPrints (Connie) for choosing me for her "Super Fun" Award. I'm proud to have inspired someone through this process as so many have done for me. Check out her blog entry here .
Thanks everyone and look forward to seeing everyone's work below are a few of my recent pages. The rest are posted in on my flickr thing.