This Chinese proverb spoke to me as I’ve been working hard on making some changes in my life. Old habits are hard to break, and it often seems for every two steps forward you take one back. But I keep showing up for my life, and keep putting one foot in front of the other and so I travel along the road. Also, lately my words have been coming out in fits and starts, sputtering and backfiring like an engine with spastic spark plugs. There is no flow, just a sloshing about of thoughts. They are sloshing about and careening into each other and then dribbling over my lips in unintelligible ways. So today is the picture book version. Lots of pictures, short little descriptions.
Papercuts – I’ve started a shop. URP, pardon me I feel a little nauseous, excited too, but kind of nervous excited.
This might technically be my first sale. Barb from Knack Studios wanted to buy my wishbone papercut, so I packaged it up and mailed it to her.
Detail of a little art quilt I’m almost finished with.
and spring seedlings straining to kiss the sun!