P365 Day 12 – not a good drying day

Before the holiday break I used to have a washing routine. I’d do one load on Monday night when I got home from work, hang it out in the morning and juniordwarf (who loves to help with the washing) and I would put the next load on so it’d...

P365 Day 11 – the story of the brown pen

Almost from the time that I started scrapbooking, I’ve been looking for a brown journalling pen. Black pens are all over the place. Take your pick. I have about six of ’em, of various sizes and brands. There is a pen colour that is sort of brown. One pen...

P365 Day 10 – the pile is still there (10/1/2011)

This is the pile of clothes and other miscellaneous clutter that remains untackled after the weekend. It’s the pile of stuff I was going to deal with on Saturday, but I went to the tweetup instead. It’s the same pile that sat there all day Sunday while I wasted...

P365 Day 9 – I wasted time (9/1/2011)

John Lennon once said, ‘Time you enjoy wasting was not wasted’. I don’t know when he said it or the circumstances that he said it in; whether it’s one of his lyrics or something he said. But I don’t really care where it comes from – it’s a view...

P365 Day 8 – tweetup (8/1/2011)

Today I moved out of my comfort zone in a big way. I’m not comfortable talking to people I don’t know, and I don’t much like being in groups of people. Being around people for any length of time drains my energy. I need a lot of time by...

P365 Day 5 – Peter Cundall (5/1/2011)

I’ve had this book on hold at the library for months . . . it finally came in yesterday.  I don’t think I was expecting quite such an old version of the book (published 1985) but it’s very cool: it’s spiral bound and printed on waterproof/weather proof polypropelene, intended...

P365 Day 4 – my tools for recording 2011 (4/1/2011)

I spend a lot of time raving about Project Life. I got my first kit last year and found it such an easy way to display my photos and record my memories. I love traditional scrapbooking, but I take so many photos that I want to ‘albumise’, and setting...