Every Picture Tells A Story (Prompt 16/21)

 

photo credit: Mr. Ducke via photopin cc

photo credit: Mr. Ducke via photopin cc

 

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. That’s a pretty lofty load of words for one picture don’t you think? But I will say, an image, painting or drawing can certainly stir our thoughts, emotions, and even arouse our physical senses. Perhaps there is some truth in the statement. Let’s explore this idea, shall we? Have you ever had a photo or piece of art inspire your words? Have you ever used and image to spark your creativity while creating, writing a story or poem?

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The Journal Keeper’s Journey: Journaling as a Lifestyle (Series)

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 “The diary is the only form of writing that encourages total freedom of expression. Because of its very private nature, it has remained immune to any formal rules of content, structure or style. As a result, the diary can come closest to reproducing how consciousness evolves.” ~Tristine Rainer

 

Today begins a journey for those of you joining me here at Enthusiastically, Dawn.

To avoid confusion and clarify what is coming in the days ahead I want to invite you to check in here with questions, comments, thoughts.

Since I prefer the Diary definition below more than the Journal term described by most resources, you won’t mind indulging me here today for a quick look, will you?

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Earthbound Leather Journals (Review)

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Every once in a while you come across something that you know is special, unique and so well made that you don’t ever forget it. I came across Earthbound Journals while perusing my local favorite bookstore. The day I stumbled upon the beautiful handmade journals I came to know, I was in a browse mode and planned to come back for the specific purpose of purchasing one of the journals I did see. As it turned out when I did return, the journals had sold out. They were restocked shortly thereafter but in the interim I made contact with Bill Palizzolo to ask about his amazing journals and explore more of the fine handcrafted creations available. More

Random Journal Day #55 with Patsy Paterno

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Welcome to this October! Here it is a new month and Random Journal Day Weekend! Besides that Fall is my very favorite month, mainly because Orange is the happiest color ever created. That’s why it Pumpkins wear it. Well, I am thrilled to have one of the most inspired and inspiring journal keepers you will ever meet here today. Patricia Paterno or Patsy, as she’s known, shares her faith-based journal writing regularly and it blesses many. She is one of the first bloggers I stumbled upon as a new blogger in 2011 and I loved her creative devotional sharing. Patsy continues to inspire from one end of the globe to the other as well as in her home country, the Philippines. Patsy’s creativity is a family affair and they have a gift shop which includes beautiful journals called Papemlroti! Please welcome our fellow Journal Keeper, Patsy and be sure to join us throughout the weekend for lots more inspiration and journal sharing fun!

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Random Journal Day #53 with Debbie Anne Parent

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Welcome to our August edition of Random Journal Day! Summer continues to shine as does our Featured Journal Keeper this month, Debbie-Anne Parent of Ephemera’s Vintage Garden. Debbie is not only a journal keeper but also a journal creator and digital artist. She designs downloadable, printable journals and beautiful paper embellishments for diaries, journals, scrapbooks and collage. Debbie also creates one of a kind altered books for journal lovers from around the world and if that was not enough, she shares tutorials and freebies regularly with her followers. As one who is fairly new to her I felt compelled to ask her a million questions…however for the sake of her sanity and a reasonable blog post, I narrowed it down to the interview you see here today!


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