Another Rainbow.

This is a reconstruction of my Rainbow journal the first edition of which has been stalled with the first moocher since October despite repeated requests.
PLEASE do not retain it, mooch and send promptly. At two moochers a year I shall be dead long before it is completed!
If it sticks in your inventory get in touch with me and I will get it moving or mooch it back.
This interactive journal is for everything and anything inspired by rainbows. My entry is my favourite poem (illustrated), but any type of entry is acceptable. Please do not alter anyone else’s contribution, and try to relist within two weeks of receipt. I have wishlisted it to keep track of its movements and will mooch it back if the person who completes it will contact me.

-Gill (tennantfamily)

Thursday.

This is the fourth in a set of journals celebrating the days of the week. Thursdays are traditionally an unlucky day, and in many languages the name means Thor’s day, an ominous day of foreboding.

In the Thai Solar Calendar Thursday is regarded as an orange day. Since the Thai Solar Calendar attributes a colour to each day of the week I decided to use these colours in the journals to represent the days.

What does Thursday mean to you? Does Thursday have a particular significance, a poem it brings to mind, or something visual it brings to mind? Use the pages as you wish, but leave the work of others unaltered please.

If the journal is sent promptly wherever requested there should be no problem with completing an entry and re-listing within two weeks.

If you find you can not do so please re-list, email me and I will arrange to return it to you point-free at a later date.

If it needs repair or extra pages added, contact me and send it back to me. I can rebind and add or repair as necessary. When it returns to me I will scan and upload images to the journal site, for all to see.

-Gill (tennantfamily)

 

48 things to do, with children, on a dry, sunny day vol. 2

I wanted to create  two very special journals in record time! These journals originally had entries made by invitation only, but now the second copy is available for all journallers to participate.

I made the journals for a Bookmooch journalling friend who suddenly and unexpectedly found herself caring for three grandchildren, domestic upheaval and no computer.
I wanted to think of some way of helping her if I could. I don’t know the ages of the children or whether they are f or m. Please assume they are in an environment that is very rural, without easy access to facilities and shops, and without cash resources. The journal ideas should be to use imagination and things found around one commonly.

So, instead of adding a new journal and sending it on its merry way to arrive in a few year’s time, I invited a small group of BM friends and BMJournalling friends to post or email ideas for the journal directly to me.

Journal 1: XXX (unknown number) things to do (cost-free or extremely cheaply) with children on a wet, windy day.

Journal 2: XXX (unknown number) things to do (cost-free or extremely cheaply) with children on a dry, sunny day.

As usual I created Journal 2 first, and am busy collating Journal 1!
Contributions had to reach in a week from my request.
Lucky journallers who are not ‘virtually’ making entries, get two weeks to make entries!

So 48 (and counting) things to do (cost-free / extremely cheaply), with children, on a dry, sunny day is born…

Pages can be added as needed, and I will rebind to accommodate them, or start a Part 2 as appropriate. Please keep it circulating!

-Gill (tennantfamily)

To see the slideshow click on the blue underlined link in the journal description above.

72 things to do, with children, on a wet, windy day.

72 (and counting) things to do, with children, on a wet, windy day, Volume One.

I wanted to create two very special journals in record time! These journals originally had entries made by invitation only, but now the second copy is available for all journallers to participate.
I made the journals for a Bookmooch journalling friend who suddenly and unexpectedly found herself caring for three grandchildren, domestic upheaval and no computer.
I wanted to think of some way of helping her if I could. I don’t know the ages of the children or whether they are f or m. Please assume they are in an environment that is very rural, without easy access to facilities and shops, and without cash resources. The journal ideas should be to use imagination and things found around one commonly.
So, instead of adding a new journal and sending it on its merry way to arrive in a few year’s time, I invited a small group of BM friends and BMJournalling friends to post or email ideas for the journal directly to me.

Journal 1: XXX (unknown number) things to do (cost-free or extremely cheaply) with children on a wet, windy day.

Journal 2: XXX (unknown number) things to do (cost-free or extremely cheaply) with children on a dry, sunny day.

As usual I created Journal 2 first, and now issuing Journal 1!
Contributions had to reach in a week from my request.
Lucky journallers who are not ‘virtually’ making entries, get two weeks to make entries!

So 72 (and counting) things to do (cost-free / extremely cheaply), with children, on a wet, windy day is born…

Pages can be added as needed, and I will issue it as Volume 1, 2 and 3 as appropriate. Please keep it circulating!

-Gill (tennantfamily)

Click on the blue underlined link in the journal description to see the slideshow.

Wednesday

This is the third in a set of journals celebrating the days of the week. Wednesdays are traditionally the middle of the week, and in many languages the name means middle day, in some fourth day or Mercury’s day.

In the Thai Solar Calendar Wednesday is regarded as a green day. Since the Thai Solar Calendar attributes a colour to each day of the week I decided to use these colours in the journals to represent the days.

What does Wednesday mean to you? Does Wednesday have a particular significance, a poem it brings to mind, or something visual it brings to mind? Use the pages as you wish, but leave the work of others unaltered please.

If the journal is sent promptly wherever requested there should be no problem with completing an entry and re-listing within two weeks.

If you find you can not do so please re-list, email me and I will arrange to return it to you point-free at a later date.

If it needs repair or extra pages added, contact me and send it back to me. I can rebind and add or repair as necessary. When it returns to me I will scan and upload images to the journal site, for all to see.

-Gill (tennantfamily)

 

48 (and counting) things to do, with children, on a dry, sunny day.

I wanted to create two very special journals in record timeI wanted to create two very special journals in record time ! These journals originally had entries made by invitation only, but now the second copy is available for all journallers to participate.

I made the journals for a Bookmooch journalling friend who suddenly and unexpectedly found herself caring for three grandchildren, domestic upheaval and no computer.
I wanted to think of some way of helping her if I could. I don’t know the ages of the children or whether they are f or m. Please assume they are in an environment that is very rural, without easy access to facilities and shops, and without cash resources. The journal ideas should be to use imagination and things found around one commonly.

So, instead of adding a new journal and sending it on its merry way to arrive in a few year’s time, I invited a small group of BM friends and BMJournalling friends to post or email ideas for the journal directly to me.

Journal 1: XXX (unknown number) things to do (cost-free or extremely cheaply) with children on a wet, windy day.

Journal 2: XXX (unknown number) things to do (cost-free or extremely cheaply) with children on a dry, sunny day.

As usual I created Journal 2 first, and am busy collating Journal 1!
Contributions had to reach in a week from my request.
Lucky journallers who are not ‘virtually’ making entries, get two weeks to make entries!

So 48 (and counting) things to do (cost-free / extremely cheaply), with children, on a dry, sunny day is born…

Pages can be added as needed, and I will rebind to accommodate them, or start a Part 2 as appropriate. Please keep it circulating!

-Gill (tennantfamily)

To see the slideshow, click the blue underlined link in the description taking you to the journal’s BM page.

Tuesday

This is the second in a set of journals celebrating the days of the week. Tuesdays are traditionally unlucky days in Europe, not a day for journeys or starting enterprises.

In the Thai Solar Calendar Tuesday is regarded as a pink day, associated with the god of war. Since the Thai Solar Calendar attributes a colour to each day of the week I decided to use these colours in the journals to represent the days.

What does Tuesday mean to you? Does Tuesday have a particular significance, a poem it brings to mind, or something visual it brings to mind? Use the pages as you wish, but leave the work of others unaltered please.

If the journal is sent promptly wherever requested there should be no problem with completing an entry and re-listing within two weeks.
If you find you can not do so please re-list, email me and I will arrange to return it to you point-free at a later date.

If it needs repair or extra pages added, contact me and send it back to me. I can rebind and add or repair as necessary. When it returns to me I will scan and upload images to the journal site, for all to see.

-Gill (tennantfamily)