We had a bit of a rocky start. You began as a diagnosis, not very fun, to say the least. But I must admit-you grew on me.
Maybe it was the flowers, chocolate, and gifts I received; that's one way to a girl's heart. I found myself surrounded by loving, caring, and inspiring people. And, I continue to meet many more because of you.
Your ability to challenge me to dig deep, figure out what is important, go a little lighter on myself and value every day is greatly appreciated.
Oh, and I love how you inspire me. Talk about the über Muse! That's you baby!
The prints, photographs, collages, and more, came pouring out of me- even a book. Who knew?
This note is long overdue (In fact 8 years (!) this month,) but, with Thanksgiving 3 days away,
I figured no time like the present to say, thank you.
Digital Print with Colored Pencil
|I Still Look Good in Clothes, 2004|
Encaustic, collage on wood
Often, the greatest gifts come in the forms of our biggest challenges.
To see more on life's challenges as a gift watch Stacey Kramer on TED.
What surprising gifts have you found in your personal challenges?