I bought a new notebook last week.
It has a grey cardboard cover, which I can collage and draw on.
I also bought a zippy bag
for my rubber, sharpener, pencils, charcoal and a pen.
“Once upon a time . . . . . .
once she got a hold of it, the notebook got extraordinary
wise companions, spirit guides in groups of five
and there became feathers
three charms offering the gifts of transformation, wisdom, flight, protection . . . .
Who journeys with me?
my main Muse
This is no ordinary notebook. This is a journeybook.
The story continues . . . .
journey (n.) c.1200, “a defined course of traveling; one’s path in life,” from Old French journee “day’s work or travel”