Random Journal Day Link Up – December 2012

Random Journal Day is now the first Friday of the month!

Well our final little gathering for the year has arrived. Thanks to all who have participated both regularly and sporadically this past year! Your portion has been delectable and I would not wanted to have missed a single bite! Thanks for sharing your hearts here! Well, this month I stumbled upon something called
The 1000 Journals Project as well as 1001 Journals. There are thousands of journals that have been scanned and shared in an effort to bring healing, community and creative expression together (sound familiar) through journal sharing! Check it out. Maybe I will put the book on my Christmas list. Let me know what you all think after you visit!

As for my current journal writing, I am challenged because, as some of you know, I do my yearly Christmas Advent journal which is typed on the computer. Challenging because I am the girl who always has her journal in  hand or purse and rarely leaves home without it and a pen or two (or twenty) as the case may be. I already have my next journal ready for the New Year. I always have a few on the ready!
I am still keeping the 1000 Gifts Gratitude Journal I started at the beginning of the 2012 prompted by Ann Voskamp however I do not follow her prompts. I am just too spastic to be prompted!

I look forward to reading your journals this month-
Would we like to find dig through our journals share holiday entries?
It’s up to you! Hmmm…

Greetings of the season and see you in the Blogospere!

Next Random Journal Day is: 
January 4th, 2013!

If you have a any questions contact us (Dawn and Susie) through e-mail:

Rules, Schmules…but here they are : 

1. Dig out one of your old journals, or a recent journal. 

Choose an entry, or a portion of an entry 

that you feel bold enough or at least comfortable to share. 

We prefer if you could include a picture of your journal if possible!

2. Write up your blog post, publish and link up here.
Link up the blog post you are sharing, NOT your general Blog address- 
so we can visit your entry. 
We don’t have a Badge for this Blog Hop yet, 
but if you just link back to this in your post that will work.  
(Random Journal Day Link Up) 
*You can use Susie’s RDJ Photo (above) if you like!

3. Kindly visit and comment on the

 person before you in the link up.

You can visit more but we understand that everyone is busy.

 Please visit at least one other Random Journal Day Link Up

 as that just would make it nice for all.

We look forward to peeking in your journals!

* This is a link for Journals of all kinds.
However, in all fairness to those who are creating posts, 
this is not a link-up for general blog posts.  

There are plenty of places to link up those in the Blogosphere. 

 Merriam-Webster states that the definition of a journal is: 
a record of experiences, ideas, or reflections kept regularly for private use.

This community is a place for private journal writers to share their hearts and thoughts, bravely and safely, as they feel comfortable in doing so, by choice. The entries probably were not originally intended to be shared, nor were they written for that specific purpose. 
Creative journals and art journals are welcome as well! Writers and Artists can inspire one another onto greater creativity and inspiration! 

Use your own discretion as you move about our community, enjoy the fellowship of a trusted community! 
The Link remains open for the month!
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Published by enthusiasticallydawn

Dawn Paoletta is the author of Journaling for Discovery and Delight. Her writing is included in several anthologies and her poems have been included in the Wickford Poetry and Art Exhibit and Books. Dawn is currently working on her next book. Inquiries at dawn.paoletta@gmail.com

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