|Playing with limited supplies|
Saturday, 1 August 2015
With most of my stuff making its way around the world I look around my home at the moment and it feels as if we have just de-cluttered. The reality of the move hasn't yet sunk in. I had created another blog that I wanted to share the adventure, and I will after I get this weekend out of the way I will be updating it some what and sharing some of the images that I have taken.
With limited equipment now in my studio - which is looking very bare, (I'll share where I am working at the moment next week) I have limited supplies to work with, some ink-tense pencils, a few tubes of acrylic, a bit of clay - that I can travel with and not take up too much space. I did this painting first creating a background then bringing the image out. Every now and again I think it is a useful exercise to limit your supplies and see how you get on. Pull out some of those least used supplies and give them a new lease of life.
It has been a break from working with the clay, which I love and a reminder that we all need to take stock some times. To look back on our journey as we plan new ones going forward. I hope you can join me next week and see how we have been getting on with our plans and all the ups and downs of the decision
For today we think about where we want to go, what we want to do, our journey, our destination and the events along the way that contribute to who we are. Have a blessed weekend and take time to reflect on your journey!
Wednesday, 29 July 2015
Instead of giving myself reasons why I can't, I give myself reasons why I can.... Unknown
Each Quote Wednesday I share a quote with a painting or photograph that I have created. Quotes can be so inspiring and uplifting it is a good idea to meditate on the words and make a point of saying something encouraging about your life!
Do something great and share your favorite quote in the comments below. Join me next week for the next inspiring quote and image. Blessings!
Sunday, 26 July 2015
If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness...
1 John 1:19
As you meditate on the scripture and enjoy the image think about the many gifts you have been given, the many challenges you face, and the fruit that will come from the work of your hands.
Words and images for the week, to bless, encourage and inspire you to be all that you have been called to be.
What will you do with what you have been given today?
Saturday, 25 July 2015
I am having to reassess my view of home. Having been in my current one for the past 20 years we are in the process of moving and it has brought up a lot of emotions for me. I have also been making changes to my mums home and the impact of that has also stirred up different emotions that I will share another time.
They say one of the biggest stress factors to our lives is marriage, death, divorce and moving home. Having to pack up my own home and my mothers has meant that I have at times had to go on automatic pilot to get through.
I am not the first or last person to move home, I guess it's the feeling of familiarity that I will miss, as well as family and friends being so close - sometimes taken for granted that they will always be there.
Home is where the heart is....
and a new home calls..
Along with adventures anew we make ready, things packed waiting to be shipped, a thousand thoughts running through our minds, each of us with a different perspective.
I am grateful and celebrate the home that I am leaving and look forward to settling in and making the new home an environment that is full of Joy, Peace, Love and Creative outpouring....
I am on a creative journey in my journal and hope you come along and join me. Why not start your own journal, keep it as simple or complex as you wish, but do something!