Serendipity leads again

First I saw this posted on Facebook from Maureen E Doallas of Writing Without Paper:

Art Journaling: Brown Paper Bag Style at Creativity in Motion by Gretchen Miller. Fun huh? Recycling lunch bags and other papers into a book sounds like fun and a good use for the scads of papers I have. I just need a theme or something to collect together so it’s cool like the examples…

Then I saw another post on Facebook by my friend Kyle in San Antonio pointing me to P2R:

Partnering to Remember: 2011 Philippians Moleskin Project  Wow! Philippians is my favorite book of the Bible. I only have three verses memorized. It would be swell to memorize the whole book, and look, I can make my guide book a la Art Journal style!

Feeling pretty happy about this, I wanted to share but first I did a little Reader Reading and read Jason’s post about Everyday Testimony. He set up a website for sharing the good things God is doing and as a place to encourage each other. So I got myself clicked into the Facebook page and now following on Twitter. I think some of this will flow into my new journal.

Everyday Testimony Project

It’s a new year and there’s no time like now to start something new! Go ahead, join me!


About Robin Arnold

Reader, writer, gardener, geek, maker of homes in several states, now settled in Virginia with husband Bob, and Hazel and Wilson the tabby cats.
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One Response to Serendipity leads again

  1. jasonS says:

    Wonderful, Robin! Thank you for including a link to Everyday Testimony too. It relaunched today and I'm excited to see what God will do. I appreciate your including it here. Be blessed!

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