Some stories dont have a clear beginning, middle and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing whats going to happen next. Delicious ambiguity.
I’ve been playing on some Index cards (that is, filling them with colors). It’s a daily challenge called index-card-a-day. These are from 15th to 21st of July, with some peeks at my journaling as well today.
And here’s a look at the backside of this one:
Quote I copied and printed many years ago from Mary Ann Moss’ great blog Dispatch from LA, which I still read.
It’s such a great quote because it is so Me! I’m definitely not a neatnik either, and order comes with (sometimes too big) effort around here. But when I re-find my white desk under the piles of notebooks, papers and fabric, it is so lovely.
Narcotic bliss indeed.
I thought it would be fun to share some of my index card backsides with you today, so here’s another one:
It’s a little journaling for July 18, about me finishing Ryder Carroll’s book (also mentioned here) and loving how the daily rapid logging makes me feel more like a thinking human being again.
Index Card July 19 by iHanna: Kreativit skrivande. Creative writing, something I plan to do a lot more of this autumn.
And here’s the backside, just words in big pink letters (words that define summer at the moment):
Index Card July 20 by iHanna: H is for Houston.
Fifty years since that first epic moon landing, so the H that was first for Hanna turned into H for Houston;
We watched a super awesome documentary on TV that night, were they used the original recorded sound from Apollo 11 and then added it to filmed actors mimicking what was said so it looked like they were filmed all the way to the moon and back. It was so cool to hear them talk to each other, and get the “news update” they got from earth, which was just funny little stories of no significance each day they were up there.
Index Card Sunday July 21 by iHanna: Lend me a hand.
That’s seven index cards. I hope you liked them. Also, re-reading this old blog post today:
If you missed previous Index-Card-A-Day blog posts from me, feel free to check out my tag ICAD 2019. Take care.