letting go ...
Sunday, October 27, 2013
a spectacular still early morning harbour / hydrangea / seed heads along the crescent beach / virginia creeper berries / itty bitty Betty / Virgil & the geraniums / sunrise clouds / the beautiful fall colour of virginia creeper / my Missy Dee XOXO / low tide on the crescent beach / asters in the back garden / antique piggy bank / mo' Betty / the salt mine wharf
Shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we are capable of change.
It's been a busy week here at the TTD I've almost completed 10 new artworks, 10 of 18 for this new wonderful top secret project (soon to be revealed). I have an end of the monthish deadline, realistically it will likely be more like mid November before the entire project is put to bed. I've been working so fast & so furiously at times, creating new collage pieces, that I can't, I don't have time to critique them - which is probably a really good thing as objectiveness toward my own work is near impossible when I'm in the thick of it.
While I work I listen to TV shows, TED talks, Hay House radio shows, audio books and I've been doing plenty of thinking. Thinking a lot about vulnerability, authenticity and their evil nemesis shame. I've been carrying around some big shame for as long as I can remember. I'm trying to let go of it.
I realize saying trying to let go is kind of the opposite of actually letting go, I don't think your supposed to try and let go. You just let go. Let go. Let go. Ahhhhhhhhhh ...
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