Well this journal page marks the last prompt from the Marvel Class with Kelly Kilmer. Can you tell I was procrastinating the end of the class? I simply didn’t want it to end. The good news is that I will be starting on another online guided class with Kelly called Journey Within. I find her prompts very thought-provoking and I am really loving how quick and easy putting together a page is by replacing paint with paper. This particular page I constructed in the span of about 20 minutes tops.
For color, I went with the floral on the brown paper as my inspiration and chose the rest of the papers based upon that. Everything else is in neutrals and I found the image of the couple in my stash – perfectly matched my thought process in my journaling and perfectly color coordinated with the page.
As far as the journaling topic goes, I wrote about my feelings in the moment yesterday as I relaxed with my boyfriend after a very busy Saturday. On the one hand, I was very happy and centered, “feeling pretty” the journaling begins, “just like the song.” On the other, I was pensive about the fact that the weekend was coming to an end and my boyfriend and I had to return to our responsibilities and separate households. We’ve discussed living together, but with children involved, it’s not as easy as it would be if children were not involved. We have to take things slower than we both would like to and this means that there are lots of opportunities to think about everything. I don’t know about you, but in a new relationship, thinking is one of the last things I would like to find myself doing. Less thinking and more feeling. Feeling is where I want to be. So the image of the girl laying on her man’s chest, looking a bit restless represents me in this moment perfectly. I am a bit restless with my thoughts lately. I have no doubts about my relationship or where things are going and it’s so incredible to have complete faith in my love for another and his love for me. But I cannot help imagining what it will all look and feel like when the waiting is over, and that’s the perpetually pensive topic occupying my mind.