Saturday, March 29, 2008


Saturday morning. Just finished watching the last Oprah episode with Tolley. What enlightenment. It's always easier to go into a new day with validation that what you believe is in fact a truth.

Anyway..."How does one become a butterfly? By letting go of being a caterpillar. I don't know who said that but it is so true with so many things. So here she is praying to let go of her old self to become the self she is becoming.

Here's another fine mess. It's a work load and I must be busy at it.

Just a few bottles and some glass that I have been attracted to during the winter. But it will change now as Spring and Summer are approaching. I will paint and redecorate the entire living room and kitchen. We need a good change now because new thoughts are bringing new life to the old place.

I hope all is well with everyone that visits my blog. And I pray that God is good to you today.

1 comment:

Kims Art said...

I have an attraction to colored glass myself. I wonder what that means? I think it might have something to do with the way the light hits the glass. When I am in a church with stained glass windows, I turn off the preacher and am lost in the colors. Yes, I am a little crazy. LOL! I love the butterfly collage. The mess you have going on is great. You make me feel better. I have a room so messy it gives me a headache to look at it! I am not really sure how to begin to organize it. I see you opened the etsy store up. You have been busy. Are you still in snow? Have a great week!

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