Journaling Reads:
Text Me
Two words I thought I’d never say. Never is, once again, not a very long time. I remember when I first learned to type. There were no letters on the keys and you learned accuracy and speed. I had a job as a farm and ranch policy typist for a large insurance company and I needed to type an
original plus 6 or 7 copies of the policies I typed. I learned to make any corrections on the carbon copies by using a razor blade. No “white out”
allowed. Then came the days of spell-checking computers. I wasn’t a secretary any more, but still did plenty of typing. Loved the spell-check
because I generated the spell checking. Sounds like something from Harry Potter, I know. Only not so much fun. And then came texting. I swore I
wasn’t going to do that. I had visions of arthritic thumbs, something I had already worried about because of Nintendo. I was, once upon a time, a Nintendo Queen. Young neighborhood children would gather to watch me play Mario Brothers. You’re laughing, but I’m serious. And then came a “virtual keyboard” on the “smart” phones. Okay. I’m there. Kind of. Auto correct? Serious problems if you aren’t paying really close attention to what you’re doing. I had a friend address me as her dead friend once. I felt for a pulse. Nope. Still here. Problem is the pads on my fingers are just too darn fat. What I need is fingernail polish that I can use that will activate the iPhone screen. Any inventors out there? I’d like something in iConic Red, or maybe iLOL. And could you just text me when you’re ready to go to beta testing? ezpz 10q kk Wink


Paper:
Letter Box Garden Song Solids Paper Pack
Vintage Book Paper Pack No. 02
Graphed Paper Pack No. 03
Letter Box Simplicity Paper Pack No. 01
Grunge Overlays No. 03


Frame:
Stacked Vintage Frames No. 04 Value Pack


Brushes:
Letter Box Photo Masks No. 06
Letter Box Brushes and Stamps No. 02
Letter Box Pattern Clusters Brushes and Stamps No. 01


Fonts: Jane Austen, Garamond