Did I mention that I'm taking the Blast Off! class with Alyson Stanfield yet? Wow, what an experience it has been and we're only at day 4. I'm afraid to ask what comes next.
Day 2's assignment was to create a Vision Board (see above) which I finally finished today. I'm really pleased with it and surprised by some of the images that made the cut. What is a patchwork quilt doing there? Or a stack of teacups?! I don't know yet why they are on the board, but they evoke memories of making things with my grandmother: sewing projects and such.
Which brings me to something else. Just as I thought I had the direction of my work all figured out, this exercise brought my loves of lettering and fabric back into the light. What is that all about? I thought I'd managed to focus on one skill area at last.
They say you can tell the power of a dream by the resistance it creates in you. If that's right then this dream points true north. My Inner Editor (that hateful beast) keeps screaming "You can't do this with children! This kind of yoga, outdoor, artist life is for singles in their twenties. Grow up!". Nasty, isn't she.
Defying gravity is hard work.