Sketchbook Project: Memoirs

I want to do this … the fact that it has to be handwritten doesn’t bother me.  I love handwriting.  I have sweet handwriting – see a sample on the post-it note in this post.  (By the way, did anybody write in their journal for National Handwriting Day)?

Here’s the new project from Sketchbook Project:

A perfect project for all the people who…

1. Are afraid to do SBP because you are afraid to draw (You shouldn’t be BTW)
2. Have a great story to tell
3. Have amazingly sweet handwriting
4. Like lined sketchbooks
5. Like cats (We are not sure why this is relevant, but it is)

http://www.sketchbookproject.com/projects/memoirproject

sketchbook project memoir

I’ve always wanted a long-term project (not journals) where I have to fill in data, or write a brief sentence, paragraph, and I imagine myself filling these pages and pages of blank paper.  Every time I see a scene in a movie or show and a diary or journal is discovered, and they open it up to pages and pages of writing, scribbles, doodles, drawings … my fingers itch to start one.

And I do start one … and then I look at it after some time and I don’t even know why I chose that subject, and scrap it.

My desk diary at work is already handwritten, but I’ve also finally narrowed down to … handwriting the Bible (I know, I should have been a monk in the Middle Ages!); and/or a collection of the first and last sentence of a book I’ve read – or any books that are lying around the floor or on the bookcases in the house that I haven’t read yet.

There!  That should make full use of all those journals and notebooks that I’ve been collecting over the years!

Any other ideas of what I can handwrite?

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