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November 19, 2008


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Nathalie (famille1999)

Wow! What an awesome way to be greeted today! Thank you for the compliments. =D And you know what, I'm just like you, I'm not that fond of my handwritting... But I guess that we are our harshest critics aren't we. =D On many pages, journaling is usually the last thing that I come up with. Not because I don't think it's an important part of the story I'm trying to tell through my pictures and design but because I have trouble putting my feelings into words sometimes. Words that I think people will find uninteresting or poorly phrased. But I'm getting better at not being stopped by those thoughts and just write what comes to mind so my family has a chance to read about some of the little details of our lives. =D

Kim Morgan

Well said, Nathalie. That's exactly how I feel!

Laura T.

Kim - All of your layouts are absolutely BEAUTIFUL.

I find it hard to journal too at times, or find it hard to remember little details about something (one reason why I love to blog - I can go back and "remember).

stephanie Howell

just lovely. i especially love the bottom lo, it's just so sweet and pure.


You are absolutley right about journaling from different time really does add variety and enrich the quality of our stories. I've recently made this discovery in my own work and I'm so glad that you were able to put it in such a nicely packaged nutshell for us!
Marg VP
Forest Lake, MN

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