Gimme a Head of Hair…

Your favorite hairstyles…pics, drawings, paintings!

-Kashmir

Favorite Recipe as a Kid

What are your favorite recipes from when you were a kid? I’m including mine, and I’d love to know what yours were (are still are!)

-Kashmir

(A)Typical Situation

“Nothing about us without us!” cries the famous populist mantra. This slogan has, in many ways, become the motto of the disability community for its assertion that no policy should be adopted or enacted by any individual without direct participation from the affected group.

As a disabled individual, I have a deep-seeded interest in accounts dealing with others who are marginalized, oppressed, or discriminated against by society. However, in my search for texts, I have found a dismally higher number of volumes about disabled individuals, rather than by disabled individuals. Thus the creation of this text.

Anyone is free and welcome to mooch this book, but I ask that no secondhand accounts be written here. This is a text created by those who are disabled. There are plenty of others available about the effect of disabilities on families, friends, and loved ones.

Regardless of your disability, feel free to contribute to this book in any way that you see fit. All I ask is that you tell us your story with honesty and candor and allow others to share in your personal journey in whatever way you feel most comfortable.

Please do /not/ in any way alter or deface the stories of others. Turnaround for this book should be at two weeks, tops. If you are unable to produce your own work in that time frame, please either refrain from mooching or release the book back out until you are able to make your contribution.

When the book is full, contact namid at BookMooch and I will mooch it back to you.

-namid

This journal is not travelling – both creator and recipient have been absent from the site for over a year.

If I Could Do it All Again….

What if you could live your life all over again…knowing what you know now? What would you do differently? What would stay the same?

Feel free to use words, poetry, drawings, photographs and/or any other media.

Please respect each other’s work and work on the journal for a maximum of two weeks before you relist it.

When you have written on the last journal page, please contact michellereads in Kingston, Ontario Canada and I will mooch it back from you.

Anything Goes, So Enjoy!

-Michelle


Homeschool Journies

This journal was started by the Creative Journaling Club of the Potomac Home Learning Circle in Western Maryland, and is hoping to make its way to other homeschoolers around the country and/or world to share their homeschooling experiences. Contact BookMooch ID: PetiteWeb for more info.

This journal appears never to have left home.

The Cause I Support, and Why

Please tell us about your favorite cause or charity, how you support it, and why. Use this opportunity to encourage others to give in their own communities or in yours. Please include all relevant contact information and charitible registration numbers so that others can obtain more information if they so wish. Feel free to use words, drawings, photographs and/or any other media.

Please respect each other’s work and work on the journal for a maximum of two weeks before you re-list it…..oh, and be sure to read all of the other entries before you pass it on!!!!

When you have written on the last journal page, please contact michellereads in Kingston, Ontario Canada and I will mooch it back from you.

Enjoy!!!!!!

-Michelle

Journaler’s Choice Volume One

I’ve gathered my all-time favorite bookmooch journal topics into one volume. I’ll provide you with a list to choose from – you choose your favorite topic and write, write, write!

Take as many pages as you’d like, because after twenty-five moochers have written, I’m going to close the volume and mooch it back.

Please re-list it as soon as you receive it – then you’ll be pushed to finish your entry quickly. Use poems, prose, photos, drawings and any other media that you like. Be sure you put your bookmooch ID on your work in order to take the proper credit for it. Remember not to change or deface anyone else’s entry.

Have fun!

-Michelle

 This journal appears to have been kept by an inactive journaller.