It becomes apparent that it’s not simply a matter of not doing what you want (restraint), but instead, it’s a matter of becoming an individual that’s inclined to live and create in ways that have a confiden sense of ease, refinement, and sophistication.
The notion of a “me” implies an accumulation of identity, an integration of a backward looking state that overlays an ever shifting present moment.
Jess and I are relaxing into an early afternoon paper marbling class sans kids.
Mindless fun making a few needed sheets of paper for the inside covers of a round of large format sketchbooks that we’re putting together for spring.
Super fun…. Super easy…. too fun, definitely too easy.
A large pile of finished paper could accidentally grow wild if precautions aren’t followed… like not doing this more than once a year.