I am a woman searching for my inner goddess and using fabrics, words and photography as my road map. I find great comfort and order in my creative efforts and hope that in sharing them you find a peace also. Welcome and Be Blessed!

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Turning 50

"Banish care, it's not time for it now- on with the dance,  
let joy be unconfined is my motto." Mark Twain


Today I turn 50 and I know that this will be the best year so far of my life- I am choosing joy and quirky and to live a shalom (nothing broken, nothing missing, perfect peace) style life. With age comes the knowledge that what other people think of you really does not matter as long as you think about yourself (who you really are, what makes you feel alive- both the good and the bad, whether you are willing to live up to the standards you set for yourself) and you are living in a way that makes you both fulfilled and full up authentic to your joy.



Here is to unconfined joy- on with the dance! 

“You don’t get to choose how you’re going to die, or when.

You can only decide how you’re going to live. Now.”

                                  Joan Baez

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I believe that things can always be cured with a hug and a cup of tea, fixed with either a needle and thread, duct tape, WD40 or coke, and that prayer works every time. I take in strays whether in animal or childlike form. I have been mother to many for a time and this is my way of keeping up with some of those straying children that I miss. I appreciate shock value and use it often to remind people that the world is round and colorful and we are not all living in square brown cardboard boxes with little holes cut in for windows. Look for the warm fuzzies- God delivers them up fresh every day just to say- I think you are pretty darned special- so special that I have your picture up on my fridge for life and I am sending you a hug to remind you that you matter to me.

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