Monday, November 15, 2010

What compares to the joys of a new journal? 

There are so many possibilities represented 
by this currently unfilled tome. 

What delights will fill these pages? 
What challenges will be overcome?

What sorrows will be mourned? 
What personal revelations will be illuminated?

When a heart reflects in honest sincerity,
 the pen flows swiftly with a healing virtue. 

(This journal is from Amy Butler. I bought it The Reader's Garden - a lovely bookstore nestled along the charming Main Street shoppes in her hometown of Granville, Ohio. I cannot wait to start recording the next season of my life within its pages!). 


  1. I love journals. I am not disciplined enough to make the time to keep one faithfully. I have one that has been in the process since Liz was a baby.

  2. I always want to buy journals, but afraid what I put in them won't be right or my handwritting has gotten so sloppy-this one's cool though!


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