It is Wednesday, so it´s time for the Wishcasting Wednesday post. Today Jamie asked: HOW DO YOU WISH TO SOAR? To read what other wishers had to say, click HERE.
I wish to soar by creating. I wish to finally get my act together and put paint/pencil/marker to journal. I have BIG plans for 2011. :)
Talking about creating: today I finished The Sound of Paper, starting from scratch by Julia Cameron. It took me three months and a half, working on a prompt each day from Monday to Friday. Some chapters took longer as I bumped into a resistance wall, specially those talking nicely about myself (yea, I know, *hangs head*) or asking for things (ditto).
I wrote the exercises in a pretty school folder and my Morning (usually afternoon or even evening, if a t all) Pages in a cute A4 notebook that I had around.
More news: I won a copy of the Cloth Paper Scissors Gift magazine at Kathryn´s site Collage Diva give away. When I first saw the cover my reaction was a happy squeal. As in "Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!" *giggle* It was such a happy looking magazine, with tons of pretty things to try out. And I have already told you about having plans for creating in the near future. :)
Thank you Kathryn! :)
December 15 – 5 Minutes Imagine you will completely lose your memory of 2010 in five minutes. Set an alarm for five minutes and capture the things you most want to remember about 2010. (Author: Patti Digh)
I already wrote about this on December 10th when I chose one moment per month for the What made you happy? prompt from The Happy Book, part of The Next Chapter book club led by Jamie Ridler.
December Views for December 15th:
Watermelon as dessert for dinner.
P.S: yes, I cheated a bit and wrote most of this on Thursday and added to the Wednesday post. You know I neeeeeeeeeeeeed my posts in order. ;)