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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Journaling on the Go

We're here!! I'm looking forward to teaching for the Artists' Nook at Scrap 2 It tomorrow!! Yay!! Can't wait!!

Here's what the passenger side looked like when I was occupying it. I swear they make the little compartments for people like us. They fit scissors, glue stick, pens and a roll of tape perfectly! I had two small bags of stuff under my feet (if I needed it.) I managed to get 2 or 3 pages done today. See? It is possible to do on the go journaling!


Sandy said...

I wish I could do on the road journaling. I think our roads are too bad here. We drive an SUV and when you get on rough roads it gets bouncy. I'd have to practice. I really need to make me a little on the go kit. I keep saying I will but I always forget. I hope you're having a great trip.

Kelly Kilmer said...

The road was bouncy and twisty several times. I said screw it and went with it. ;)

:) kelly

Lori Wostl said...

My husband generally agrees that it is time to stop when I start demanding new magazines - LOL. When else do you get time just to sit?