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Oh give me just one day to free my mind,to create to listen, to walk, to quiet my soul,to cool down,to carry on~ My photographs and other artworks are inspired by the wonder, simplicity and quietude of every day life. In every photograph,sketch, painting or textile piece, I hope to capture the spirit, the mood, the song of my subjects. I was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. My creative spirit awakened when I moved to Northwest Montana where there was plenty of room to roam with my camera and places to be alone with nature and its inhabitants. All my photographs are professionally printed by acclaimed Bozeman, MT artist/ photographer Rob Outlaw on archival quality fine art paper. My frames are custom built by artist Richard Moore of Wind and Snow Art Gallery in Polson, MT.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

.~ A Life Decision .~

Nothing goes to waste on the journey of life. Both good and bad experiences shape your mind and heart for what is to come.

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Nothing goes to waste on the journey of life.
Both good and bad experiences shape your mind and heart 
of what is to come.
                                                                                                      ~ Leon Brown

I am struggling with a transition.
I feel the time is ripe, however there is a fear of letting go of the familiar.
The words simply surrender resonate to me.
But the question is do I simply surrender to the flow of the transition?
Or simply surrender that I am to fearful to let go?

This conundrum that I am in reminds me of the line from the movie Shawshank Redemption:
Get busy living or get busy dying.

When put like that, it the answer seems apparent.
So why I am I struggling?

Nothing goes to waste on the journey of life. Both good and bad experiences shape your mind and heart for what is to come.

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Thinking of you, Traci, as you decide things and deal with white animal sadness. Brenda