First image I created this mixed media image in 1981 (oil pastel, charcoal and conte’, and acrylics). I was unmarried at the time and was Morag Armstrong. The guide lines were to show the light and shadows on white objects and one dark object. The still life was set out: two white shells, one white … Continue reading We have the choice.
Photo by Ivan Bertolazzi on Pexels.comPhoto by cottonbro on Pexels.comPhoto by Kaboompics .com on Pexels.com BlessingMay we learn to think outside the box and trust that there is an abundance of ideas, possibilities and opportunities. I wrote this poem when I was 17 and although it is about my growth at that time I believe … Continue reading Stepping out the Box
Care of inanimate and professions When it comes to computers and technology We pursue advancement, Looking for improvements, upgrades and development. For the furtherance of our success We work diligently through ups and downs And seek help to facilitate our promotion. Photo by Gustavo Fring on Pexels.com What about when it comes to ourselves? Do … Continue reading Consideration and care.
... so long as I am being curious and asking the questions. So long as I am willing to learn and grow.
Now that I am an older, wiser woman living in the moment
I am tougher and not easily pressured by other people's projections.
Call me a stubborn old woman - but I have become a tough old bean, just being.
Definition of potter around/about British. : to spend time in a relaxed way doing small jobs and other things that are not very important He spent his holidays pottering around the house/garden. http://www.merriam-webster.com › dictionary › potter around › abo Being busy Being busy is often a response to not knowing what to do … Continue reading Pottering about.
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As I took my early morning walk and my feet crunched through the dry leaves that had fallen I thought about how it is Autumn for me - going on for Winter; while it is Spring - coming out of Winter for some friends of mine in the Northern hemisphere. I decided I would like to share with you my contemplative thoughts about Winter.
You will need
paper, pen/pencil or crayons and time to yourself.