It’s a debate that’s has been going on in my head for many months about whether I should continue to blog.
Does it fulfill me?
Does it matter?
What’s the point?
What am I trying to convey?
Obviously, it must be something I want to hold on to, because here I am posting about the mundaneness and the uselessness (on my part) of blogging. Since the rise of social networking websites, blogging appears to be an outmoded pastime.
For now, I will think of blogging as a record of the past-of sorts. A place where, when I no long exist, my grandchildren might come to read a little of the past. I have thought how great it would have been if my grandparents had left a journal of their lives.
Hopefully, this way of thinking, will inspire me to post more often.
Speaking of inspiration, a few weeks ago, I saw little pocket folders and string-tie envelopes on Pinterest. I felt motivated to craft some of my own. Since I already had craft paper and other supplies needed, I thought, “why not”?
I used double-side craft paper such as K&Company Specialty 12-by-12-Inch Paper Pad. Examples of the paper used can be found here.
If you are inspired to make these cute string-tie envelopes, you will find the template and instructions at Minieco.
The pocket folder’s template and instructions can be found at Cedar Graphics.
This was an easy and satisfying project to do. However, there was one hurdle that was keeping me from completing my project in a smooth manner.
Even though he is a nuisance at times, I would genuinely miss him if he were not a part of my life.