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I must admit – I’m enormously pleased to find you and your products. I’m a frustrated scrapper who has gotten bogged down in the process of what to do next and lost my way. Your few words on this site about Project Life has given me a guidance I wasn’t looking for. I want to purchase the Clementine version as soon as I have the funds. Meanwhile I have been in search for things I can use as substitutes; things I have hidden away in the many kinds of supplies I am currently organizing. What I read today helps me know which items I’m actually needing.
You see, I have recently taken on a project that will occupy me for a long time. I am 65 and have wanted some sort of process that would assist my efforts to “get my house in order.” This includes my journals and various things I’ve saved over the years. In the end, I want a small library of scrapbook/journals of my life, what I’ve learned, and what I have been teaching the women I mentor. The library will be my gift to posterity (hopefully). There is no one kind of journal, so I will have some coordination to do.
I call my project “Lessons on the Way to Original Me.” I believe God created me for a purpose, and a part of that purpose is to “bring the hay down so the sheep can get it.” The Original Virginia he created is the one I am discovering. I’m trying to see myself through His eyes instead of my own or society’s. Your Project Life fits very comfortably into that life goal. In a way, this journey is my official Bucket List. The resolve I am working toward is that if I must be fat today, I will be the BEST fat I can be! To be the BEST VIRGINIA I can be is to embrace the woman inside and give her expression.
I want to thank you for unknowingly giving me exactly what I needed on the day I needed it. I am grateful. So far, I love your ideas and your creations. May my efforts be as beautiful.
Blessings to you, Becky, and all who have given to your work.
Virginia M. Bono
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