This journal was started in the summer of 2005. It was a "gluebook" of sorts. I used it to cut out inspiring images and little decorative vignettes I liked. I had not yet had an art space, or the art supplies here, but it was something that I envisioned for myself in the future. I think this is a good example of how a visual journal doesn't need to have words. It can simply be images of what you want to see in your future or a catalog of images that appeal to you that tell you something about yourself that you do not even know yet! What I would do is flip through magazines and pick images quickly. I didn't think about it too much. Tomorrow I will show you my first "art" journal in which I got out the paints and added words.