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    Saturday
    Nov172012

    The List Journal Project: Facts About Me

     

     

    The List Journal Project is about writing lists in your journal. Hanna and I made each other stitched journals especially for the project, and we are opening our journals and sharing our lists with you each Saturday until we finish our journals.

    We hope that you will play along! You can write a list on an index card, type a list in a funky font and print it and glue it into your art journal, hand write a list onto an art journal page, or add a list box to the corner of that day's to-do list. In any way you wish. 

     

    This is pretty boring list, now that I am reading it again. I'd like to go back and add, "I want to learn how to make homemade pasta" and "I'm a good cook but I'm forgetful so I burn a lot of things" and "I loathe pantyhose."

    If the "Things I Know" list proved difficult, this might be a bit easier. Factoids. Little facts, big facts, obvious facts, hidden gems. You could write "I'm allergic to rutabagas" or "My least favorite color is maroon" or perhaps "I don't know how to play Parchesi" on your list. Lists don't have to be serious. They don't have to be anything, really. You can make it funny but true, like, "My daughter wants a cat" followed by "I'm a dog person." Then add "My husband once had a canary" almost like the items on the list are talking to each other. 

    Please join us in our creative list-making adventure!

    Use this button if you want to play along with us and link to Hanna or Tammy {either one is fine!!!} Next Saturday we’ll post the next list prompt! Be sure to pop over to Hanna's introduction to our journal swap.

    Here's what you do! Just create your list and pop back to this post and add your link in the comments. You can link to a blog post or to your uploaded photo at Flickr. You can do the list any time this week.

    List it Tuesday is at Artsyville! Join Aimee, an avid doodle-list writer, in her weekly listy prompts.

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    Reader Comments (3)

    Love your list- not boring at all.
    Such a well traveled person you are!! Cool.
    I can only log, Canada, Mexico, England, Finland and Iceland But I will take it any day. My want to go to includes: Netherlands, Italy, Central Europe, Parts of USA that I have not been to or Canada. Living only an hour or so from Ontario, CA we go often but there is so much more to Canada that I have not seen. I have been lucky enough to get to Nova Scotia - beautiful and diverse.

    11.17.2012 | Unregistered CommenterCarol

    Hey Carol, I live close to Ontario, CA as well! But in my case it is Ontario, California. I live in between there and Riverside, CA, so quite a bit closer to my Ontario. Now I guess I am going to have to play along on this list and work Ontario into it somehow at least once.

    11.17.2012 | Unregistered CommenterEllen

    Hey, when I checked yesterday you hadn't posted, so glad to read your list. Factoids are fun indeed.

    We're totally opposites when it comes to math, I loath it. :-) But on #8 we are the same. Sometimes I'm low energy or very tired, but never ever bored.

    11.18.2012 | Unregistered CommenteriHanna

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