A nice cup of tea or two.

A journal all about tea. Mark drinks coffee for choice, but for me you can’t beat a good cup of tea! This is a place to celebrate tea, in all its guises, and to express yourself in words or pictures. The journal is no bigger than an elegant teacup and the journal will post in an ordinary envelope.

Please look at:

The_BookMooch_Journal_Project site page about how journalling works:
https://bookmoochjournals.com/about/

the Bookmooch Wiki entry on journalling:
http://wiki.bookmooch.com/index.php?title=The_BookMooch_Journal_Project

and BookMooch Journals forum:
http://bookmooch.com/m/forum/bookmooch_journals/

Please keep to my journalling guidelines, check your mooch-requestor understands them and keep journals circulating!

Gill T. tennantfamily:U.K.


Colours, that are but skin-deep: glamorous greys

Grey is a colour that can be drab and lifeless or glamorous and appealing. I have never worried about my hair colour changing from brunette to grey, but many do. We also have a gorgeous handsome (and he knows it!) grey cat. Please draw, paint, stick pictures, write poetry or just give us your ideas about grey, or even gray!
This website may give you some ideas.

Please keep to the normal two weeks for making your entry and relisting this journal with the number on the inside front cover. Please keep the track of its progress by always mooching normally – if you wish to give someone points back for an unavoidable delay or some personal reason, get them to mooch it as usual and then return points. That way it can be traced through its mooch history.If you have not seen the places where journalling is described and its rules laid out please look at:
The_BookMooch_Journal_Project site page about how journalling works: https://bookmoochjournals.com/about/


the Bookmooch Wiki entry on journalling: (go to Bookmooch and enter this URL)

http://wiki.bookmooch.com/ index.php?title=The_BookMooch_Journal_Project


and BookMooch Journals forum:

http://bookmooch.com/m/forum/bookmooch_journals/


Happy journalling!



BMJournal Babies and Babyhood

We’re new parents (our little girl is nine weeks old as I put together this journal), and as new journallers too I was surprised to find there wasn’t already a BMJournal on the topic. We’ve all been babies, after all, and most of us have occasionally come across them since then as well, as siblings, parents, other relatives, family friends, professionals, neighbours, or even just fellow commuters!

So, thoughts, memories, advice, pictures or however inspiration strikes are all requested and welcomed. I’ve pulled out half the pages in this, that were parenting advice from Huggies (this notebook was practically the only thing in our ‘goodie pack’ from a bunch of baby goods companies that we kept) in Hebrew), leaving just 24 pages to be filled in, so I’m hoping this will be a fairly quick journal to complete and come home (to Kate in Israel/kaec). Feel free to take up more than one page, but please don’t alter the work of others.
Please pass the journal on, making your entry within two weeks and posting on promptly. You can advertise its availability on the BookMooch Journals forum:

http://bookmooch.com/m/forum/bookmooch_journals/

and it is worth looking at both:

The_BookMooch_Journal_Project site page about how journalling works:

https://bookmoochjournals.com/about/


and:
the Bookmooch Wiki entry on journalling: (go to Bookmooch and enter this URL)

http://wiki.bookmooch.com/index.php?title=The_BookMooch_Journal_Project


There’s nothing funny about getting old.

Once you hit some sort of physical problems it tends to make you feel as if you are getting old. Whether it is eyesight, muscular weakness, hearing-loss, or general aches and pains, it is a salutory reminder that all life tends towards chaos and decay.
However we can share ideas to alleviate problems, whether simple ones like wrapping elastic bands round the neck of a jamjar to make it easier to open, or using Norwegian walking poles to negotiate icy pavements, lets share those tips and hints that can make life with age or disability easier to cope with.

Please pass the journal on, making your entry within two weeks and posting on promptly. You can advertise its availability on the forum:

and BookMooch Journals forum:
http://bookmooch.com/m/forum/bookmooch_journals/

and it is worth looking at both:

The_BookMooch_Journal_Project site page about how journalling works:
https://bookmoochjournals.com/about/

and:

the Bookmooch Wiki entry on journalling: (go to Bookmooch and enter this URL)
http://wiki.bookmooch.com/index.php?title=The_BookMooch_Journal_Project

Gill T. Cymru/Wales BMid: tennantfamily January 2011

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

The Slim and Crazy Random Stuff Journal

This journal is a small pocket calendar I received from a kind Bookmooch member as a gift in a big package of books. I don’t have any use for it, but I thought it would be a shame to just throw it out, so I turned it into a journal.

There is no specific theme for this journal, you may simply add anything you find interesting or want to share. It can be artwork, texts, newspaper articles or anything else. Take as many pages as you want, but don’t alter anyone else’s work. Relist and send the journal along as soon as possible after receiving it. When the book is full, please let me know (Hannah; BMid: hanhel) so that I can mooch it back from you.

Cityscapes

My daughter and I love to journal and be creative so we’re creating a set of journals on various subjects to celebrate shared art and creativity.

This journal is blank and ready to be filled with whatever the theme of Cityscapes inspires 🙂 The first few pages have some thoughts and art in already and you’re welcome to add any art, words, stories, poems, songs, doodles or photos.

Use as many or as few pages as you’d like to share your thoughts and feelings about cityscapes.

Please don’t alter anyone else’s work.

Please make your entry and then relist here within two weeks.

Have fun!

When this journal is complete please reserve it for me and I will mooch it back from you. If you are unable to complete the journal within time or have any issues with it please contact me here and I’ll mooch it back again.

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

Paper Dolls

BMJournal: Paper Dolls
Remember when…
Things that were fun didn’t cost a bunch of money?
Remember when…
Cutting out outfits for dolls was fun?
This is a journal that will be a gift for some extra special girls.
Every other page contains a pocket to place a ‘paper doll’ in,
it can be an Animal, a ‘people’ or an outfit that fits someone
Else’s paper doll. The pocket page as well as the
Page opposite it needs to be decorated, draw A fairy tale castle,
a story, a poem, or any other Item that has to do with paper dolls.
Do not change someone else’s work, relist within two weeks!
The girls Range in age from 1 year to 12 so age appropriate is
Recommended. Use as many pages/pockets as you wish
And have fun!
At anytime reserve for janieokie1 and she will mooch it back.