Change, like autumn leaves come raining down on me. Leaves changing in colour responding to Season's challenge. My thoughts on challenges and change in my life. We face change from the minute we are birthed into this world. At first we aren’t aware of what or how change affects us but by the time we … Continue reading Change is All Around Us
Month: October 2022
28/10/22 Trauma’s Stooge Old Trauma came visiting in the night Gave me quite a fright New Insight took control Gave Trauma quite a fight. Now I know I am stronger than my Trauma even when it visits in the night My Insight gives me control, I’m no longer Trauma’s Stooge.
Joy in the Journey
Let your joy be in your journey - not in some distant goal. Tim Cook In your journey: May you be blessed with joy May your heart be filled with gratitude May Joy sustain your journey as you head for your goal and the product of your goal be your final reward.
Happy Birthday Mom, 20 10 2022 Dear Mom, I miss you since you died, 3 years ago – I missed you even before you died, for several years when you went deaf and we could no longer have our conversations. Your being deaf was a barrier to our wonderful conversations about life. I miss our … Continue reading Mother
Autism: The Spectrum and Functioning Labels
Here is the following blog post of Elliementalist's series on autism. I found her explanation of the labels of high functioning /low functioning VS high support needs /low support needs and her personal experiences quite enlightening. https://wp.me/p7Csso-1Kz
The Garment and Entrapment
This next artwork is part of last year's collection of artworks which I did during working in the course Art of Individuation. I started it in 2017 but finally finished it during the course. This artwork which I made and named “The Garment” is not to be worn, but rather, symbolically to be taken off. … Continue reading The Garment and Entrapment
Walking through Lilliesleaf
As my ankle has gained strength I have ventured out to explore the little village I am living in: Lilliesleaf. First I walked with my crutches and air-boot for 10 minutes at a time, then 15 minutes and then 20 minutes. I am now walking without my crutches, but still using my air-boot, for small … Continue reading Walking through Lilliesleaf