|commonplace book from the mid-1700s|
It is usually a simple spiral notebook. My commonplace book is my collection of to-do lists, sermon inspirations, recipes, directions, how-to's, phone numbers, addresses, quotes, and thoughts that I am working out. I go through a commonplace book about once every three months. I keep them for a while--ok, for a long while. They are the roadmap of my daily life. They are messy, beautiful, brilliant, unreadable, pithy, unorganized, random, detailed, list-mania, and authentic.
My commonplace book is my life in details.
Do you keep a commonplace book of some sort?
Love it! Wish I could say I did as well. I just make lists (and more lists). MomReplyDelete
Always! And it's just as messy and just as dear as you describe.ReplyDelete