November 30th, 2020
Today, the rain stopped the sky is blue with a few clouds floating over the ocean.
My book is much closer to complete thanks to yesterday's constant showers... and Jordan's patience for me working all day.
When it's stormy out, it's a great excuse to work.
Not that I really need an excuse.
It's back to school for many places today (including that online school I do part time work for). I'm not excited to get back in the computer to grade but... we'll see if any kids even worked over break. The RV park has cleared out... the Thanksgiving vacationers are gone.
It's an interesting life seeing so many people come and go.
This girl needs the rain to quit for at least 24 hours so I can put my logo on my new truck. Definitely missing that conversation starter.
We're in a pretty good spot for people to see it... we'll see what the forecast looks like today.
I do know that some painting will occur today. And likely more work on my book.
At least a walk to the beach is in order as well. The rain yesterday was non-stop. I didn't even go outside all day. That's not normal for me anymore.
It's so strange how quickly time flies and... how quickly our "normal" can change.
In two years, I went from needing meds to keep my feet on this earth to now, where I couldn't imagine leaving.
To have no thoughts of exiting still doesn't seem normal to me ... afterall, it was there with me for all my life. But the new normal is that it's gone.
To realize that I'm here on purpose and for a purpose. Maybe it's to help one person, maybe it's to help millions. All I know is I have a light that needs to be shared. Lifting those who need it... giving a push to those who're afraid to move forward... providing art that brings light.
And I have art to create.
It's time to get to it.
48"x24" Acrylic Painting
I'm happy that this is the only snow I see right now. 😁
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I had a dream that I was traveling all over the world. In less than 6 months, I sold almost everything I own...bought a Toy Hauler (the "garage" is my art studio) and am now living wherever, whenever...just me, my art, and my cats.