I’ve spent most of the afternoon in my studio cutting the end of the pieces for my rock cliff and except for a few tweaks here and there, it’s ready for the machine and some thread painting. It’s been peaceful and I even finally feel like the prednisone and antibiotic are doing their work in my lungs - my breathing seems to be improving. It’s been a rough couple of weeks.
As I finished up the fused collage on this piece depicting a part of the local mig’mag trail, a scalloped potato and ham which hubby helped make this morning, are baking in the oven.
As my main has been to heal, I have not given any thought to the new year and what it might mean. I don’t generally make resolutions but I sometimes choose a word and make goals.
I have a few goals:
Finish my most recent pieces for possible entry into a juried show.
Get my health and fitness back on track - no diets but I’ve really got to clean up my diet
- Looking forward to snow shoeing again
A word I came across while reading this past week - depth- caught my interest. Finding depth in the moment, in my studio, in my creative work. As always, it’s a work in progress to try to slow down, breathe and fully savour all the moments in my life.
Warm wishes and vibes to you!