Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Scrappy: My Demons

The second July challenge at All About Me is all about your demons. This layout has a lot to do with my previous layout about my biggest fear. My demons are cruel voices in my thoughts that tell me that I'm not good enough, smart enough, pretty enough...





The past couple weeks I have been running myself ragged and have realized that that is when my demons come out to play. When I'm tired and emotional, they really seem to ruin things for me. Creating this page was very therapeutic and allowed me to snap out of the funk I've been in for the past couple of weeks.

You can check out the other DT member's take on the challenge and find out how to win this month's prize here!!!

6 comments:

Michele said...

I think we must share demons. Mine say the same things. All I can say it keep going. good luck!

Shell Mackay said...

let me tell you .. looking at that page.. you are plenty creative enough... :-D

and I know the voices and the demons.. I think we all have them... and as you say... when we are tired... they seem to be louder

Chin up girl you are beautiful!!

Blessed Ladybug said...

WOW! what a wonderful page i have to sat Thanks for posting .. i can totally relate to what you are saying...wow that so true.. i think i'm going to do a layout on my demons... thanks for inspiring me...

Live.Teach.Create said...

This is a great layout to do! I know that it is definitely inspiring to see others share their demons. Keep it up!

I'm a follower now to see more of your fun stuff in the future!

Marlene said...

You certainly are creative AND talented, and judging from your photo, you're attractive, too! I think we all have those moments, though. I agree with Shell - Chin up girl, you are beautiful!

Scrap Our Stash Challenge said...

I think we all have demons - when mine try to rear their ugly heads I recall the song not sure who sings it "but the voice of truth, tells me a different story".

I think it's important to remember why they are called demons - they are meant to decive us into believing something other than the truth.