Sometimes you just need to do something different when it comes to being creative. I decided to take a day or two off to imagine some inspirational posters. This is the first one that I came up with a few a days ago. The anxiety is so out of control again. I saw not Jean earlier this week because I was desperate. I am still fighting the monster every day. I am at choking on it again at the moment. Arghhhh.
The boy has actually been employed by the coffee shop that he had hoped to be working at. He will probably get his hours tomorrow. He is grounded for two weeks and has lost his car so it is a pain in the arse because if he needs to go anywhere we need to take him. However, I am making him take the train to work next week. I am not an Uber driver. I will not elaborate on his major transgression but we have a whole list of rules that he has to agree to next week before he gets to use the car again. He also has to start paying us back for the speeding ticket that he had to pay. Boys. Never having rebelled before it is a learning curve that is more like a curveball than anything else. I have been enjoying the yoga and I plan on going tonight. I am only brave enough for Yin Gentle and Restorative for now. It is my attempt at calming my nerves. The local meditation center has a women’s group once a month. They call it the women’s circle of mindfulness. I plan on going tomorrow. There is some sort of art project tomorrow and if it will calm me down I will go.
I also decided to enter the weekly fabric design competition for the first time in weeks. It was supposed to be a tribute to the medical profession. I came up with the design below. I think it would really work on Scrubs. I was very happy with the end result.
So as you can see, creatively I am in a very different mood creatively. I plan on making sure I do go to the Farmers Market on Sunday. I think I will make the table display all about the new lilac and purple scarves.
Well, it is humpday. I hope you are having a wonderful week. Peace.
A nurses tribute
A tribute to nurses.