While sitting in my nice, new writing nook, writing in my journal, I looked out the window and saw this birds nest in the pine tree :)
Time to finally get to that Dallas trip (that I went on in October)
Been busy with spring cleaning (yeah, I know it’s summer… : ) ) Finally catching up!
Just some of the magazines I should probably get around to at least flipping through… I’ve since let most, if not all of these subscriptions lapse for now. Stupid money…
With all the work I’ve been doing the last few days, fans have definitely come in handy. It’s been hot!
Some cute little flowers I should probably get around to planting…
So, today I spent the day FREAKING OUT because I thought I left my notebook on the bus yesterday. (Turns out it was sitting at home by my computer) I was saying to my friend that the good thing is that a lot of my writing is so messy no one could read it anyway. She said that my writing was better than hers and I was all… O.o but I realized that the photos I have posted of my notebooks were mostly nice handwriting, which is why they were photographed. (Or the words were written specifically to be photographed).
I decided to take some photos of my ‘real’ pages. I actually write a LOT messier than this a lot of the time, but usually on stuff that I don’t plan on keeping (i.e. tossed within a couple days).
Age 5 or age 30-something? My excuse – this page was written on a moving bus in the dark.
Some of my normal writing.
I was gone to a conference for a couple of days, so Days 258 – 260 are over at Posterous.
Some of my Star Wars comics
Not my 365 project of course, but:
My journal for my 2009 trip to England. Took about 5 full days to write the journal and add the photos to Flickr. Full days meaning about 12 hour days!! But yay for it being done!! I wrote it in a Moleskine notebook and I think it’s worked really well. I guess I’ll see how sturdy the notebooks are! Good thing I don’t really flip through my journals all that much! When I head to the city at the end of the month, I’ll buy another to start my Dallas trip.
Now I just have to type up a long blog post (or several) about the trip. *thud*