Tag Archives: Journaling

In Remembrance

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In Remembrance

Today is the seventeenth anniversary of the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. Let us never forget the innocents who lost their lives, nor how the country came together after the tragedy. Celebrate with a random act of kindness in memory of the first responders.

Here and here are some of my journal writings from that time.

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Creative Juice #81

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Creative Juice #81

You’re going to be so happy you read these articles:

Creative Juice #76

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Creative Juice #76

Articles to inspire you.

  1. My husband doesn’t have the board game gene. I have no one to play with. Sigh.
  2. Why we will miss Sue Grafton—what she did to the mystery genre.
  3. Mount Fugi seen from the air with clouds streaming by.
  4. Quilt guild show and tell.
  5. Do you want to keep your resolutions this year?
  6. 16 thoughts for creatives.
  7. 50 interesting books.
  8. It’s not too late to join this daily art challenge for 2018.
  9. Are you still making the same old fried eggs for breakfast?
  10. Beautiful photographs of animals, people, and exotic locations.
  11. I am so jealous of this artist’s journal. She’s so talented.
  12. I dislike big box churches. Why aren’t there more churches like this one in the United States? A church should be beautiful. Give me arches any day.

Creative Juice #48

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Creative Juice #48

Twelve articles to tickle your fancy:

 

Creative Juice #37

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Creative Juice #37

A dozen beautiful things to ponder on a Good Friday:

Creative Juice #35

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Creative Juice #35

Thirteen lucky articles to make you smile and tweak your imagination.

Creative Juice #25

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Creative Juice #25

Fourteen more articles to start your Friday creative streak:

  • Melanie McNeil shares the quilts she made in 2016.
  • I think you may be obsessive compulsive if you do this, but I love the results. I may have to try this idea…
  • Nostalgia time. My husband had one of these in his classroom to help his students improve their listening skills.
  • Are you jealous when you see all the creative things other people are doing?
  • Combining loves of ballet and reading.
  • The illustrations of Hanna McCaffery.
  • I think a dragon is the perfect subject for a quilt.
  • A grandfather posts a drawing a day for his grandchildren on his Instagram account.
  • Um, some of these one-of-a-kind Etsy finds are examples of creativity gone awry.
  • Scrap paper sculpture.
  • Joel Kioko, a young ballet dancer from Kenya.
  • The embroidery of Humayrah Bint Altaf
  • Norm 2.0 is known for his Thursday Doors photography posts, but here he combines doors and street art.
  • How do you do free-motion quilting at a retreat? Like this.