Friday, August 9, 2013

End of the Day

I should be going to bed. Instead I am doing things. I feel really wired. It didn't take long for any wonderful, relaxed feeling I had to dissipate. I already felt it leaving before I even left to come home yesterday.

I wonder what my blood pressure was when I was away. My guess? It was excellent.

Today I got a few things done, but I am not sure it was enough. I really don't know how people can be bored in life. There is never any time for me to be bored. Finding and making time to "just be," is not easy for me. There are many times when I am not dealing with the things that need to be dealt with, I feel creatively driven. Like a crazy woman.

Today I worked on a new Cedonaah. It looks nothing like what it started as. I kept doing more and more and more and more to it. A work usually tells me when it is done, and I think I finally got there. Now I just have to post it, along with a video (or more) from YouTube, in my "spare" time. :P

Tomorrow I have to go to the house and pick up some boxes, and I have a ton of work to do at the apartment with the boxes already here. Oh. What. Fun. Not.

One thing I did complete today was the image to the right. The saying came to me last night. I felt it quite appropriate, and the watch was a gift. An awesome one at that. I know there was more I had on my mind, but as per usual, it is gone, and I am off talking about other things.

I hope your weekend is off to a good start. Perhaps ironically, it is just about the time of the watch in the image. G'night.

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  1. Wow. I am moved. You have done a beautiful thing here with this blog. I have left you a message on facebook?

    1. Wonderful connecting with you. It was great. YOU are great.

  2. I love your clock image and the thought behind it. You seem to be in the grips of creativity, flitting from one blossom to another in a mad desire to gther every speck of nector. visiting from UBC. http://475035832790540880.weebly.com/blog.html

    1. Thanks for your comment Francene. I am often in the "grip" of creativity. While I love how you describe it, it really is feels like too much at times.