Can you guess what I have been doing? Journals, journals, journals everywhere. I have to confess that I am loving doing this. My sweet hubby went out and bought me 10 notebooks. They are spiral but how was he to know that I wanted composition books. He was so kind to take the lead and get me the notebooks that I could not resist making them, just this way. Because the front covers and back covers were of a lighter weight chip board I had to use four sheets of card stock for each book. I have been saving this Maud Humphrey calendar since 1999 to use on something special. I loved the prints so much. So I got out my handy exacto knife and began to cut. It hurt, a little to finally cut it apart but I believe the books will be a blessing to someone.
I have contacted the hospital where I got my mammogram last time and I am anxiously waiting for a call back. I think I am on the right track because I feel really "good" about this project. I am going to donate them to the hospital for patients who are struggling with cancer.
Favorite childhood memories,
Where they grew up ,
Who influenced their lives the most,
Favorite poem or saying,
Who their favorite movie star is,
Their Victories & struggles,
Anything to get them to express their thoughts and memories on to paper.
When someone is gone we loose so much of our family history/our linage. Do you have any suggestions on how to get this across in a simple way?
I would appreciate any help I can get...
Thank you so much for stopping in. Your comments are so appreciated...Sharon