So often when I read your posts, I think we must have been twins separated at birth. Yes, how else to explain our identical patterns of behavior?I am my own disciplinarian. I first try to cajole myself - and then resort to plea bargaining to finally make a deal with myself. That one hour thing in the morning is way too familiar!!Since the only person I have to boss around is me, sometimes it even works out. And by the by - I love the "chaos" of this little painting. Very abstract and great paint textures.
I think we were separated at birth, too. Or we were friends or sisters in another life.I, too, am my own disciplinarian, and while I am lax with myself at times, all too often, I am a total bitch, driving myself to the point of exhaustion. This is almost always followed by a period of incredible laziness. So far, two days, the hour has been workable. I have tried to get the stupid TV commercial jingles out of my head, tried to listen to the birds, to my heart, to my higher power, and just focus carefully and without pushing on the task. Weed, rake, be tough, be gentle, and try not to get pulled away from the day's main task by the hundreds of other issues I find while I'm, say, walking to get the rake. So glad you like the little painting. I do, too. Love the colors and the abstraction and the wild feeling of spring
Hi, Carrie! I haven't been by for a while, and shame on me. I've been browsing thru your past posts and see you have really been busy with some delightful work. I really like these azaleas...so-o-o colorful.
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