Wednesday, October 15, 2008

I've been sick...if you were wondering where I've been.

Wow! It really takes a lot out of a person to be sick and run down. I haven't been creating art for my Suzi Class or my ebay store or auction. I feel real bad when I get this far away from my art. It's almost like starting over and it scares me. Then I feel obstinate and afraid and I really don't want to try it again. But at my heart of hearts...I know I will. I guess I wait for the muse and the spirit to move me.
There are other things going on as well that contribute to my fear and sadness. It's heavy stuff and about taking my power back. Sometimes I think it is easier to just float than to make waves. But I have made waves and now I must finish what I have started. Pray for me.
On a lighter note, thank you all for stopping by site. I'll try to be more visible in the future. Life is a funny thing...up one minute and down the next.

2 comments:

Shonna said...

I've missed seeing your beautiful artwork, but I am glad you are feeling a little better. I will definately be praying that you will have the strength to get through the hard times you are going through...stay strong.

purplecat said...

Sorry to hear youv'e been ill , hope you are feeling better and can soon be back making wonderful art!
Life has a funny way of throwing us of course sometimes doesn't it? I understand totally, the last 2 yrs have been one storm after another for me, but keep faith and stay strong- thinking of you xx

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