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Pecoware Butterfly Diary with Lock

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I think keeping a diary is a good idea. Always helps to put formulate your thoughts. I got my daughter a diary with lock. Her little sister can't read yet, but still.

When I turned twelve, my parents got me a diary with a lock for my birthday. My friend had one but I'd never had my own. It was so pretty with a pale yellow cover that had pink and green trim with a light floral pattern weaving through the colors. Attached on a little loop of plastic was this tiny, metal key that would release the lock on the front cover. When I opened it up and saw all those empty pages begging to be filled with words, I was speechless. You don't get a lot of privacy for your thoughts when you're the oldest of four children and I was just entering those horrible teen years. That diary got me through some rough times in junior and senior high. When I read what I wrote today, I laugh. Oh, what seemed like such important events at the time were just microscopic dots on the horizon of life but at the time they seemed like such insurmountable challenges!

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    Keep all your secret thoughts locked away in this Pink & Black Crown Diary with Lock & Keys. The diary features a heart-shaped lock with 2 keys and comes complete with a pink ribbon place holder and pink lined paper. 

     

    Dimensions:

    • Length: 7"
    • Width: 5 1/4"
    • Thickness: 3/4"

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Instead, I use a diary with a lock. I have that in my nightstand and I hid the key in an old jewelry box in the bottom drawer of the nightstand. Both are within reach when I go to bed but the kids aren't as likely to come across the key. Finally, I feel I can write as I'd like and not worry about my thoughts being uncovered and shared on my sons' Facebook pages by mistake.

When I turned twelve, my parents got me a diary with a lock for my birthday. My friend had one but I'd never had my own. It was so pretty with a pale yellow cover that had pink and green trim with a light floral pattern weaving through the colors. Attached on a little loop of plastic was this tiny, metal key that would release the lock on the front cover. When I opened it up and saw all those empty pages begging to be filled with words, I was speechless. You don't get a lot of privacy for your thoughts when you're the oldest of four children and I was just entering those horrible teen years. That diary got me through some rough times in junior and senior high. When I read what I wrote today, I laugh. Oh, what seemed like such important events at the time were just microscopic dots on the horizon of life but at the time they seemed like such insurmountable challenges!