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Monday, April 25, 2016

Writing Journal

As I get older, I noticed that my forgetfulness is getting worse so I have been consistently  writing a daily journal at the beginning of this year so when the time comes that I can no longer remember anything, I can go back and read  my entries.  There are pages in my journal where  I  incorporated all the   dried out  flowers that my kids  gave  when they were younger and even now.
Little things  like  wild flowers that my kids picked  for me  is very precious so I always put them in the books but now I  included them in my 2016 journal.
 As much as I would love for my kids to stay this young, I can't control it.  They are growing up like  weeds so I tried to preserve great memories of their childhood.  One day, I will put all of these in a memory box and they  can have it when I'm gone or when I can't remember a thing anymore,  I hope that one of them can read it to me.  
When writing,  it is important to  use pen that doesn't blot in the paper.  I love pentel pens, they have  great selection of pens and pencils.  
I love these mechanical pencils that  Shoplet sent me for review.  Actually, my daughter already took ownership of it and tried it with her  recent sketches.

 I also love the   Pentel liquid gel pink that they also included in the package.  I uses it  in writing my journal entries.  This EnerGel RTX liquid gel pen delivers the ultimate writing experience with a stainless steel tip and super-smooth blend of liquid and gel inks that glide across paper. This liquid gel ink dries so fast even left-handed writers, like my husband, loves it. It has no no smears, no smudges and no globs, I really love it! Thew acid-free ink formula is excellent for everyday notes yet safe for vital documents.

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Annemarie LeBlanc said...

Wishing you all the best in your new home. I know it is sad to leave the old one behind but always keep in mind that although the memories you had there were priceless, there will be new ones to create and treasure for years to come.

Mama.Mommy.Mom. said...

I love office supplies, so I'll check them out. I haven't journaled in years. I really should start again.

Christy Garrett said...

I haven't had a journal in a long time. I do enjoy writing with a nice pen though. I even love different colors too.

Ninja Wifey said...

I've actually been thinking about keeping a daily journal myself. Not for me, but more so for my kids so they can read it later on.

Bonnie Gowen said...

These pens look really nice. Writing in a journal is a really great idea.

Kelli said...

I love to journal and colorful pens make it better.

Life With Kathy said...

I use to love writing in a journal when I was younger. I honestly wish I would have kept writing in one. It's fun to go back and read about what you wrote.

Two Boys and a Hubby said...

You are a better artist than me. I haven't had a journal in years, but I kinda wanna get back into that again.

Inspiring Kitchen said...

I love journaling, too. Those pens are really nice. I love that you placed dried flowers in your journal.

Miss Angie said...

Oh I love this! I was just thinking that I need to learn how to press flowers again. It's been too many years, but I have a few I"d like to save.

Jay Simms said...

It has been forever since I had a journal. I would love to start writing again.

Tatanisha Pitts-Worthey said...

This is really nice especially inserting flowers into your journal. I cannot remember the last time I had one, but before the blogging business boomed I kept several journals.

hippie_mom said...

What a nice way to keep the memories alive (p.s. pressed flowers a nice touch)! I have 3 kids with the youngest being 6. I can't get over how they change in a blink of an eye! I am more into visual journaling but I keep thinking I want to create a handwritten journal for the boys. With technology so prominent, hand-written letters are a lost art form!

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