A magical three that tell a story, if I could spare the cards I’d be tempted to have them framed 😉 . I wanted change, something to shake me out of my boredom and lethargy. My Queen sent me some straight talking, be yourself and get on with the job at hand. She can’t be doing with my nonsense! And now I celebrate because I feel a change happening. . The attitude shift was virtually overnight, real Tower energy. Taking a close look at the Queen of Swords revealed some truth and acceptance of my nature. Finally, the last day has been filled with perfect moments of teamwork, friendship and support. . Thank you 💕
wanted to post this piece I like anyway, goes perfectly with these #thoughts • text from a previous temporary post on 10.10.18: ___ Finding balance and retracing steps ✔️ ____ as I continue healing I am continually appalled at the lasting effects of stress! #stress from the #pressure my family and I exerted on me, stress from the constant evaluations & isolations of college, and stress from about 4 other places I'm forgetting lol. __ not even on a deep level lol, it all just caught up with me at once (last summer) and I'm pissed off at a l l the progress I lost!! _ __ it all feels like a game of chutes and ladders! 🗝 life is not a marathon. in every respect. __ continue those daily 'small' habits, don't give up! keep experimenting. listen to your body, ground yourself spiritually, lol all that stuff. __ it's hard to take ownership when you don't feel like you have progress to 'show' for your efforts. take heart 🖤 it takes more than time ◾️ __ Art by #rachelwhiteread#wwayyreflections
As the hubby and I are going on our annual Bluff trip soon (northern Western Australia coast) I thought I would look back on what I get up to when we are on these long road trips, art wise! . It can be a bit tricky with the materials I use, but i feel it can be time well used. 13 hours in a car needs activities!! . s w i p e > The first painting of the budgie was created with oil crayons and the second Oceanscape painting was created with watercolors and acrylics. . . . . . . . . . . .