Friday, January 20, 2012

ex libris

I would like to have this "ex libris" to hand out to every college student when I deliver my 2nd born twin back to his respective University on Sunday.
It would be nice to hand out bottles of hand soap too.
To go with that hand soap, I am still thinking about what little token would remind them to keep an open mind?
College does seem the time to keep an open mind to the possibilities of life.

Any ideas?

11 comments:

The Buzz Blog said...

A journal to jot random thoughts down... or a meditation tape (though I doubt either would be used by my boys!) Happy weekend!
xxoo

quintessence said...

Totally agree - an open mind is the key to learning and growth. A great book for that age group is The Razor's Edge - not that they have much time for extra reading in school - perhaps in the summer!! Stay warm - it's cold out there!!

I Dream Of said...

Agree that an open mind is key to learning and growth, which doesn't stop when one is done with school years. I think the journal is a terrific idea - a blank book with clean pages for thoughts from an open mind...
Enjoy the weekend!

Gwen Driscoll said...

Experience everything you can..it always provides guidance & education for later!

Mary Jo at TrustYourStyle said...

I love the way you think Patricia! I think the wonderful thing about college is that it rises up and meets you and brings all these amazing opportunities even with out much of an effort. Happy weekend to you!
xo Mary Jo

Formerly known as Frau said...

Love this.....clean hands and an open mind...
Hopefully by experiencing new things and seeing the world differently their minds will be open. Have a wonderful weekend!

Katharine said...

Yay for open minds..and Method soap! ;)

Sundresses and Smiles said...

Hehe, this cracks me up!

annechovie said...

I don't know any tips for the open mind, but the soap is a great idea! Have a great weekend, P! xo

Stephanie Sabbe said...

I buy method just because the colors and bottles are pretty

karan said...

Don't believe everything you think.