Monday, July 16, 2007

Dipping In My Toes...

Hey y'all!!

Well! I seem to be in the minority here, in that I'm not yet going to post any pages on my blog of my BJP. I'm waiting. I wonder how long I'll last... I've already discovered the story that will hold my pages together, and my cover, which will be a back AND a front, will be done during the process or near the end.

I *will* say that one of the things I have been working towards these many years as I've been learning so much and getting to know people is how to merge my favorite interests into a single entity, so to speak. And now, through the graces, knowledge, talents and sharing of all the many wonderful folks in this international community project, I have finally figured out a few things along that path.

I am thrilled beyond belief to be a part of this group. Many of you I have known for a while, many I've known of or just recently "met". It's exciting to see so many people in so many countries commit together for a project of this magnitude!!

Each of my twelve pages is related, literally a part of a story of the piece previous and the piece future. On the one hand, I want to show y'all my work; on the other hand, I'm afraid that no-one will understand since all the pieces are inter-related.

However, June *is* complete, and July is almost there. So, I'm here, I'm glad, and I'm looking forward to posting pics soon...be courageous! Be creative! And, eventually, I'll be back!

Warmest regards to all from
Sarah E. in TX

10 comments:

Sheep Rustler said...

Can't wait to 'read' your 'story', it sounds fascinating!

freebird said...

No one has to post their pictures although it is so much fun and informative to see the processes (hopefully you are taking pictures for later) everyone uses. Still, it's nice to hear from those who choose not to. At least we have your thoughts, ideas, and camaraderie.

matilda said...

da noi si dice: -la curiosità uccise il gatto...-

miao, miao, miao...
non vedo l'ora di vedere il tuo lavoro.

LJ said...

I'd love to see pictures. Now that you've dangled this much! But (she said reluctantly)up to you.

nologic said...

I am looking forward to seeing your pages when you are ready to share. Your story sounds fascinating.

Caren said...

Sarah, love that you have a story line going. Can't wait to see what you are doing!

Caren

Bejeweled said...

Can't wait to see your story pages!

Lois B said...

I don't think you're in the minority, really, since there are 242 of us... Thanks for sharing your thoughts and your direction. I, too, would like to see more pictures, from everyone, but September will be here with blinding speed, and it will be truly amazing to see everyone's work!

coral-seas said...

Oh! how intriguing. What you said reminded me of Ularu (Ayer's Rock). To the Aboriginals, Ularu is sacred and some areas particularly so. They ask that you don't photograph these areas as that captures only a part of the story, without an understanding of the whole.
I look forward to hearing your story.
Carol-Anne

Katie B said...

You are not alone... I haven't posted mine yet.