With all the talk about commonplace books about at the moment, I thought some of you might like to take a look at my very first commonplace book, begun in my teens and used into my early twenties.
Being as I was not quite as familiar with Charlotte Mason then as I am now, I didn't quite stick to the rules. Some pages are undated, and quotes are not attributed. I also stuck in a bit of memorabilia. Ahem. Nevertheless, it really takes me back to those angst filled days when I didn't really know who or what I really was. I wouldn't be twenty again for quids - would you?
My favourite photo of me. I was just two.
I've always loved Rabbie.
Learning about me.
My love for Dan Fogelburg began early, see, Megan!
I am fascinated to find that Japanese philosophy interested me even way back then.
Still a beautiful song, don't you think?
And some Byron.
And a pile of more recent commonplace books and Scripture journals.
Have you always been a Keeper as well?