Today I've got two spreads to share with you.
The first one is for WEEK 10-COLORING BOOK INSPIRATION:
|"Whether we color outside of them, blur them, or draw our own, it would probably be wise to keep in mind that every once in a while, they're there for a really, really good reason." I love, love, LOVE that stamp set!|
And then there's this one, for WEEK 11'S "JUST WRITE" PROMPT:
|"I just wish I could remember how not to hate the gray areas and the ever-present in-betweens."|
My spreads look as blah as I feel... I don't know what happened. I must be overly tired. Sometimes when I'm sleep deprived, I get these super creepy thoughts that I can't shake, and it makes me get a sick stomach...that's what happened last night.
When I was younger, I did not mind the unsettled, slightly chaotic feelings of things changing.
The older I get though, the more I hate that feeling of waiting to see what happens...I wish I could fast-forward through it and get to the settled part a little more quickly.
But I don't want to be like that...wishing huge chunks of my life away because of the small discomfort of shifting around. I want to remember how those times are exciting because anything could happen...not the current pessimistic view that causes me to doubt that anything good will come of it all.
How do I get back to feeling like life was an adventure to be had, not a punishment to be endured? I don't always feel like that...not always...but when I do, it seems to want to stick with me and cast a fog over everything. And then there I am again, wishing away pieces of time...a bitter cycle.
Oh well. I know from experience that, as quickly as it came on, the haze of depressing thoughts will lift away again, leaving me with a brighter sky and a little more hope. Until then, I will just muddle through as good as I can.