Everything for a reason

This is my ‘picture post’ for prompt 02…hope you can read my points! I printed out my blog with just the ‘Reasons’ post and it took 16 pages!!!! Good job I used greyscale printing! I then stuck them on the back of the door behind my desk, stood back and had a good look. Several things occured to me so I scribbled them on the pages.Click on the photos to get a better view. Here they are:-

This is now my ‘work in progress’ for the next three weeks and beyond.What do you think?
NB. The blog design class is at Jessica Sprague.com and it’s only for Blogger.


You: “Why did you start your blog, Irene”?
Irene: “I was inspired by my newly acquired hobby of scrapbooking and wanted to write about myself  and   my family in that context”.
My blog began in November 2008 with this short post and really began to roll with Journal your Christmas 2008. I really enjoyed the giving and receiving of comments and the fun that was to be had just joining in! The amount of expertise needed ie. in taking photos, uploading them and inserting them into each post meant a steep learning curve! Some people preferred to comment on the class forum, while others preferred to visit my blog or look at my photos on flickr I equally enjoyed all the variety of input from other bloggers and their comments. I now use twitter and facebook as well to communicate my passion, all rather a ‘hotchpotch’ but I do love the multi faceted approach and basically I’M NOSEY and love to see what’s going on!! Ultimately, all the other media refer back to my blog, which is my favourite medium of all.
My blog is a zany mixture of favourite funny/inspiring videos, family history, scrapbooking, mixed media art and family news. I am just coming to the point where I would like to know which kind of posts you like to read on my blog. Have a little look around and kindly leave a comment on which posts you most like to read, and/or cast your vote in the little poll below. Thank you for visiting my blog! Please come again!!

What kind of posts make you interested in my blog?online survey

Time lapse photography

This is SO beautiful! Make sure you watch it on full screen! I know I’m feeling a bit down at the moment, but this made me weep:( Wonderful!:)

The Mountain from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo.