There were many days of kind clouds and productivity. The air was crisp and so was my understanding. Creativity swirled through my studio and confidence radiated from my pores. I felt lucky to have been in the Frederick Magazine and even luckier to have a new studio.
Some days were sweltering and my blood was glue. Heritage Day’s was fast approaching and I had so much to do. Humidity halted my energy, and there was a task weighing on my mind. I wondered what I got myself into and really hoped I would get it all done.
I relied heavily on my oil diffuser, blending lavender and sweet orange to bring about an uplifting calm. New ideas buzzed joyfully around me as I tried to concentrate on what to say. In that moment, I realize my appreciation for pressure. It makes me organized. It keeps me active, and it gives me purpose. The pressures I experienced this past month were enlightening. Some I created for myself and some were from outside sources, but either way I conquered, and most importantly, I created.