Paperclipping Roundtable #101: Less Epic

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One Response to Paperclipping Roundtable #101: Less Epic

  1. *Queen* Britt February 12, 2012 at 12:16 pm #

    For sale, baby shoes, never used. Earnest Hemingway was confronted by a man that bet him that he couldn’t write a meaningful story with a beginning, middle and end in only six words. The Baby Shoes story was Hemingway’s response. He won the bet. I learned this story in high school and then again in college as a theatre student. The point is that there’s not a measurable or set length that is defined by the word ‘story’. A ‘story’ is whatever amount of words it takes to convey your point or feeling. Actually, this concept is what made me understand that I will only write what I feel like saying on a layout. If my title says it all – I don’t have anything more to say. But, if I have a paragraph to say, or nothing to say except a date and place – either of those options is right for me. I’ve stopped fighting myself to make my amount or frequency of journaling a priority. I’ve made using the photos, the feelings and the products that I love which makes me scrap more and have more love for what I make.

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