|Another lost soul :)|
I am notebook obsessed. Those empty pages are like a promise. A promise of all the good things I will ever write, all the ideas I will ever have. For more balanced people, a good notebook is something they choose with care, and once they have it, they use it. See, that's where having a notebook problem is a bad thing. After the first few pages of a new journal are used up, the promise is broken. Or at least not as magical. So I am constantly on the look out for new notebooks and fresh promises. At home, my notebook collection is overflowing- and almost none of them are filled up- most haven't even gotten past fifty pages. What's a girl to do?
Truth be told, I have improved somewhat. I have one journal that I've finished and another one that's almost done (put together they chronicle my life from 6th grade to present day-pretty impressive right?) and I have been working toward writing down ideas and tid bits of conversation in a small notebook that fits in my purse. Still, you only have to look in my bookshelves and under my bed to see the evidence of who I truly am- a notebook addict.
But wait! What's this? There's hope for all you other notebook addicts out there? That's right! In Part Two of this post I'll be giving you creative ideas for filling up all those empty pages, because even broken promises can be mended.