love your notebook - it looks so creative and fun and love Emily Dickinson!
Of course, I love your journal, but I have to say I'm fascinated by the Emily Dickenson stamp! You really know how to pull a theme together! :-)
This encourages me to practice the art of journaling more, so creative, love your meditations on this Emily Dickinson poem and Romans 8. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for sharing your journal with us. I love how you put it all together...much like my journals.My Bible looks like that too.Love your posts!!!!
I'm a little intimidated by your journal, but I'm so glad you give us a glimpse of it now and then. You're so cool.
how cool is that...love getting an inside look on the poem and your thoughts...
Love love love your journal and Emily Dickinson!:-)
The poem, the reflections, the colors, the creativity ~ loved getting a peek into your journal. Thanks!
I love getting peeks into other people's art journals... this is lovely. Love Dickinson too. Thanks for sharing!
Love this...from the sticker bedecked in doodles to the marriage of Dickinson and scipture not to mention the stamps and watercolors. I just sat and spent time taking it all in. A real treat.
I should really do this. When my Mom died I searched high and low for anything that she wrote, anything. I need to leave something like this for my children, a blog can evaporate, it can disappear. Handwriting is eternal.
Christine, that is exactly one of my motivators!
"For we were saved in this hope..." "Even so, come Lord Jesus!"
you are simply delightful.
Dickinson and Jodi. Good combination. Love your journal.
Amy, not always, but thank you.:)
Very cool blog. Thanks for telling me about Blair - that is the kinda guy I write about.God Bless!Old Ollie
Hello Jodi, Hopping over from Emily's...I like your blog home, it is comfortable, interesting and inviting here.
oh, i love this post, how creative you are... and it made me weepy, for i'm groaning inwardly along with emily, along with the rest of creation... love to you, dear jodi.
love this, especially the butterfly : )
you inspire. you do.
your journal looks like you. (do you know what i mean?)my hubby has suffered from panic disorder for much of his life and as a youth was drawn to the darkness in ED's poems. i love the LIGHT interpretation that we are hungering for more than just a spring (tho i love me some spring!) but the Eternal Spring Romans tells us, points us towards. beauty thoughts, these.
Misty, thanks for getting it. I want some spring, too. But when reading ED's poem, I can't help but think of that internal longing stated so well in Romans. :)
I REALLY love your journal. LOVE.
thank you for sharing your heART...xo
Love your notebook, I do something similar on the wall behind my desk but you have inspired me to get away from the computer and take up another notebook; the ones I keep now are observations I squirrel away to write about later, this will be more personal. Thanks.Found your blog through 'imperfect prose'.
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