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Where Am I? – Part 2

For a long time I had been feeling frustrated and unfulfilled artistically, mainly because I’m not as successful as I want to be yet.  And if I’m honest, I was allowing my emotions of frustration to surpass and trip up my efforts for progression.  It’s hard to be at odds within yourself and expect momentum to happen.  It doesn’t.

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Where am I? Part 1

When was the last time you were lost?

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Peek-A-Boo

The all time favorite game that every adult knows to play and that every baby loves.  Haris loves this game, she even likes to hold the cover up over her face and hide.  It’s quite cute and lots of fun…but actually I learned something.

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Bodies . . .

We (my mother in law, husband, Haris, and I) went to The Body Exhibit.  So, yes that picture is of real people that decided to donate their bodies for plastination, so that we could learn more about our own bodies, but I think they’re teaching a bit more.

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I (think) it’s dead . . .

It, is Amelia, my bougainvillea plant (pictured below).  We decorated our dark wooden balcony back in June with chairs, pillows, lights, a bright orange bench and small, bright orange table/stool, and a hummingbird feeder, we were both excited, and all that was missing were some plants.  

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Draw the Line

Remember when Rufio in the movie, “Hook,” drew the line between those who believed Peter Pan (Robin Williams) was Pan, and those who didn’t believe he was.  Choices were made (even with doubts), and there wasn’t an in-between.  Certain things, habits, people, etc., belong in certain spaces and/or times.  I had been allowing my day job (the school) to cross the line into other specified time.

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It’s Possible

When I was little, I had dreams of being in the olympics, you should’ve seen my landing, arch back, and bow to the judges.  My Dad even took the swings off of our swing set so I could practice.  In that gymnastics gym, I learned two life lessons from not being allowed to say the word “can’t,” and from falling off the high beam.

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Are you comfortable?

It’s been said there will never be a revolution in America, because we’re all too comfortable.  How are comfortable are you?  Sure you may want more money in your bank account, or to have or do, this or that.  But are you too comfortable to change?  Or maybe to scared?  So who are you?