Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Journaling

I'm curious if other bloggers print a hard copy of their blogs. I've always wanted to keep a journal but never got beyond a few entries. I've been printing my blog in sections thinking that I'll put them together in a binder so I'll have a permanent written record of what's going on in my life - quilting, travels, even what I'm reading.

How about the rest of you? Are you keeping a printed copy of your blogs?

Weight loss update
I went to my Weight Watchers meeting today and in spite of being out of town for 11 days and having to eat out I lost 3 lbs in the last two weeks. That's a total of 8.8 lbs in 4 weeks. I celebrated by going for a long hike at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.

5 comments:

Patti said...

Congratulations on your continuing wieght loss! I MUST get back onto WW.

I never thought of printing the blog until you mentioned it. I like the idea of having it in a permanent form to read. How about copying your entries into a word document then burning them onto a disk? Permanent, but would take up much less space. You could always print them at a later date if you decided you wanted to.

Cat said...

I don't keep a hardcopy, and the way the 'net works, there will be a copy somewhere in cyberspace forever. My blog posts are only the "public" side of my life - I have a hardcopy journal (okay, several if you must know - it's an addiction!) where I keep my private thoughts.

Kay said...

I'm like Patti. I never thought of a hard copy, and of course I haven't been doing a blog long. But it's an interesting idea.

Your rail fence quilt is very pretty, both the quilting and the embroidered initials. I love the picture of you quilting away at 2 a.m.!

Thanks for your kind comments on my quilt, too. :)

cher said...

I have plenty of my journals on paper-for me, no need to print my blog ...though it's nice to have a better record of my quilting and stories to go along with them.
way to go on the weight loss!

Marilyn said...

Mary,
Yay! for you on the weight loss. Keep up the good work!!
Marilyn