Friday, November 19, 2010

Wednesday journal page . . . on Friday

Update: The journal page in this post is no longer available for download. For a selection of free, printable journal pages, please visit my Printable Journal Pages collection.

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Hi all!  I seem to have run out of week here and I have about three minutes to write this post, so I'm stopping in ever so quickly to drop off this week's journal page.

As usual, the photos are not what I'd hoped they'd be, but I love this section with random questions and odd shapes in which to answer them.  (Is it a bird with wings outstretched or maybe a corncob still in the husk or flower petals? Not sure.)  It reminds me of the week I've had . . . random, but kind of fun too!


There's also the usual spot for your to-dos.  I love to cheat on my lists every once in a while, so there's a spot there to check off something you've already done . . . because you work hard.  Why not pat yourself on the back for something that you've already accomplished this week!


The whole page looks a little like this . . . 


and you can find it here (the no border, no colour version) and here (the bordered, colour-it-yourself version) and here (the colourful, bordered version.)

Happy weekend friends!

16 comments:

  1. Love your journal pages! My friend and I both print them out, fill them out and then discuss them. We live in different states, so it is really fun. This particular journal page wouldn't save and print for me. Is there any possibility that you could email me it as an attachment? Thanks!!! jdownings@msn.com

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  2. Hi all,

    I just checked on Google's known issues page and it seems that the document viewer is not working properly in Internet Explorer right now. I have, however, been able to access the pages on Firefox and Safari. If you find that you can't access the pages, please send me an email at christie(at)graceisoverrated(dot)com and we'll sort it out!

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  3. I love the tulip shape at the bottom. Nice to think of flowers as we prepare for the winter!

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  4. great page, and I love that quote - although the one I saw says "to create, you need imagination, and a lot of stuff", I created a canvas for my craft room with it!

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  5. I love the space for something I've already done. I'm always naughty like that i'm afraid. When I'm writing my to do lists, sometimes I just write things down I've done for the pleasure of crossing it off!

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  6. I used Firefox and it still wouldn't save for me... please send me this page. Thanks Christie.
    soyprincesa2(at)hotmail(dot)com

    Maggie

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  7. Oh, I love the border on this one! Awesome ideas as usual. Hope you are having a good weekend. In terms of the downloading, Google seems to have changed its format again - instead of a "save" option I had to go to file and choose "download original" - don't know if that helps anyone (I'm using Firefox). Thanks, Christie!

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  8. Awesome page - as usual! (: Thanks!

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  9. Thanks, everyone, for stopping by to comment! I love reading about the parts that make you smile and thanks, too, for your help sorting out this week's download issues. I'm still happy to send out pdfs to those who can't download, so just let me know if you're having trouble. Best wishes to everyone for a happy weekend!

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  10. Love this page. Thanks so much for doing this. Was able to print using Firefox then hitting the file button when I got to google docs.

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  11. You can find me exiting out the back door with my postage stamps and silly putty. The Edison quote is fabulous! To think it's as simple as imagination and a pile of junk. ;o)

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  12. Having trouble downloading...can you send me PDF, pretty please?

    afinley@redw.com

    Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving!

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  13. Christie ~ It's Thanksgiving Day, and I just wanted to drop by and tell you that I am thankful for your creativity and generosity in sharing your journal pages. Journaling is a very healing and uplifting "hobby" for me.

    Blessings....

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  14. I love the 'one thing I've already done'!!! and I really enjoy your border... as usual :)

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  15. Hi Christie
    Could you send me a pdf with the page? Thanks, all the journal pages are great!!

    silviasa63@gmail.com

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  16. I am new to your site...and am in LOVE with your journal pages. I have always wanted to start a journal..but lack the time to sit down. These help so very much.

    This page I am unable to view. Is there any way you can send it to me?

    pbandpickles.erin@gmail.com

    Thank you so much!!!

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