Tomorrow is the SUPER
Full Moon, meaning that it is very close to the earth.
I love these moons, where it looks like she is sitting on the mountains watching us!
It has been a difficult waxing period. I wrote a bit about this in a post on “Addiction, Again?,” and journaled through the sadness with images when it was so bad I could not sleep. Family patterns rear their heads and family members go into hiding. I held the tension, kept my tongue, turning it over to the Great Is-ness.
What else is there to do?
This moonth was also about working toward the online classes. I had time to think as I stitched stitched stitched on the older tapestry, which was a meditation in a sea of crazy clients! Everyone changing minds, orders dropping, argh! I have input from some dear art friends, all of whom had good ideas and were interested, to think about as I release into the next cycle.
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Life is tough – art is good! Your drawings are lovely and I love how you used the color in your big moon piece.
a great painting… and that tapestry looks amazing…xx
Very striking art and let it help you fight all the disruptions in everyday life.