For months now I have been struggling. By nature I am a creative person.
I’m not the most talented person by any means, but when I can create something that makes me happy….well it centers me. It gives me balance.
Despite not feeling inspiration for anything, I have still been picking up little pieces here and there so that when I was ready I would have the materials at hand.
I was really starting to panic. Nothing was catching my interest like before. Not reading, not art projects, not even the random tv shows I love to watch. Continue reading “Welcome Back Creativity!”
I know that I’ve been a mother, technically, since the moment of inception but this post isn’t about that. It’s about my first year as a mother to a living, breathing, human-being.
To say that it has changed me and my world is a total and complete understatement. Of course it has, if it didn’t I would completely judge myself. Creating, growing and nurturing a human being is a life changing experience. It is always on my mind.
Am I doing this right?
Am I doing that right?
Why isn’t she sleeping through the night?
Do all her teeth have to come in at once?
Why don’t I understand all her cries and whines? Shouldn’t I know these things by now? Why do they keep changing? Continue reading “#Momlife: Year One”
Does this sound terrifying to anyone else? Continue reading “#WaldoWednesday”
This couldn’t have been a more apt quote today. I am currently doing something that scares the crap out of me. I signed up for NaNoWriMo this year. I’m going to begin to write my stories. I’m going to stop putting it off because of fear and excuses.
I will not give into the fear that I will not succeed. I will grow, learn and conquer.
How do photographs and images inspire us?
I was scrolling through a great site recommended by a dear friend, pixabay.com, and came across this photo.
I sat and stared at the woman. Her head it angled toward the sun, her eyes are closed and she has what appears to be a secretive yet joyful smile on her face. What is she thinking? Continue reading “Photographs…”