Living in your imagination 15: the Journal

The Journal 17×22

In the last 50 years the art of journals has all but disappeared. Our children will never know our histories or our mistakes. We need to correct that and take a moment in our “busy” lives and write down what was important to us and what did in life. So others might realize that they are not so alone.

I do not know when I will be called home. So I will try harder to show my kids and my future grandchildren what kind of person I am – through my sketches, my art and my journals. I would hate for those precious memories to be lost to time and forgotten forever

Anyways- keep creating



Ruthie » 7 Dec 2012 » Reply

Amen! I wish more people kept journals also. Whether we record the major events or the little everyday happenings of our lives, each moment can become a treasure and a gift to future generations. Great page here.

    Trav the bean » 7 Feb 2013 » Reply

    thank you- i love journals – i've read several from past family members. it has been nice to hear their stories

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