It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and let the artsy fartsy side come out.
Sometimes you just never know “what you want to be when you grow up.” I still really haven’t figured it out and I should be retiring in less than 20 years. A lot of my life I feel like I was just “surviving.” I always felt lost and unsure of myself. So I made some bad choices and went down the wrong path for a while. Basically I was just trying to pay the bills, fit in, and trying to be happy. But it was when I started paying attention to God that things started changing…I started changing. I’m still a “work in progress” and will be all of my days. No one is perfect. But I’m not just trying to survive anymore. I’m trying to “live”…really truly “live.” Because it isn’t just about what we “do” to pay the bills, it’s who we are and how we live.
I still haven’t figured out “what I want to be” to pay the bills but I have discovered that I enjoy being creative. My love for animals is nothing new. I have loved them all of my life and have always tried to advocate for them. With discovering that I like being creative I can take my love for animals and my love for creating and combine them. 🙂
This week I took a photo of Cino and started playing around with it and turning it into artwork.
It’s so fun playing with images
And turning them into artwork
Editing them on your own
Or using filters can be a perk
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and take it easy.
I hope you all enjoyed the holiday season as much as I did. It was so great to see family come home all the way from Norway to spend it with us.
I LOVE the holiday season and am always a little sad when it is over. I have been off work for a few weeks and am going back tomorrow. Like I saw on a Facebook post…I have to go back to “adulting.” Ugh. It’s always so hard that first day.
Since I am trying to feel ready for that first day back and get in a little more “take it easy” time today’s post is a short one. I captured this picture of Cino during my time off when I was playing around with my new camera (still trying to figure it out). She’s doing exactly what I will be doing right after I post this…chillin’. 🙂
Take a midday nap With your pet on your lap Take it easy for one day Just enjoy your Sunday
A pet is not just a pet But one of the best friends you’ll ever get Therapy when things are bringing you down The ability to turn a frown around Little angels that can help heal It’s amazing how they make you feel Your comforter, therapist, healer, friend, & baby A pet is so many things including family
They are not “just” anything except “just an amazing creation and an amazing gift.”
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and be thankful for friends.
We all have our highs and our lows in life. If you read my post from last Sunday then you know I’m kind of at a low right now. But during this low I’ve been feeling love & support around me from some people that I didn’t even know cared. I don’t know where I’d be without them. I wrote the following poem as an outlet for what I’ve been going through and to express gratitude for the support.
WITH THE HELP OF YOUR FRIENDS
It’s an emotional journey This thing called life Sometimes filled with peace
And sometimes filled with strife
Chaos everywhere you turn The world is not in a good place Sometimes making it hard To deal with challenges you face
Emotions are building up You’ve kept them bottled up too long You’re brought down to your knees Trying to figure out what’s going wrongContinue reading →
We’ve had two days of light snow and very cold weather. Between the snow and cold temperatures it has been very slippery on the roads and sidewalks. Even though I am not a huge fan of summer, it’s way too soon for this. It’s only the first week of November!
Anyway, since it can’t be stopped, during this change of season let’s not forget our pets.
How about your area? Any snowfall or cold temperatures?
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and reminisce. Do you ever think back to when you first met your pet?
There were no special circumstances in my meeting Cino. I saw her on a Humane Society website and decided to drive over there and meet her. She was shy and aloof but after she made eye contact with me for the first time and let out a MEOW, that was it!