That Darn Engine

Still working on getting that creative engine fired up and running consistently. Eegads! March has not been the best month for anything. It isn't over yet. I did get some more down on my short story but I haven't finished the rough draft just yet. Maybe tonight. I have been reading though. Finished another book. I got it from the dollar store believe it or not. So far, it's my second pick from said store and I've enjoyed both books. I got a dollar! Death of a Prankster by MC Beaton and Star Spangled Murder by Leslie Meijer. I like murder mysteries and have started several myself.

I helped a friend clear out his backyard, in prep for spring and he's going to let me take over his raised garden beds so I can plant some things this year. Tomatoes, cucumbers, bush beans, and herbs. It was good to be outside and smell the dirt but I was way stiff that night and the next day. I do feel the creative juices starting to flow again. Maybe that's what I needed to help me out of this funk, was to get outside and be in some sort of nature. Even though it was only a backyard.

I still haven't finished my two Halloween dolls and maybe I can add a bit to their wardrobe. Also working on being nicer to myself again. I am way to hard on myself. Rarely cut myself any slack. After all, I am human. Not even close to being perfect, I make mistakes, fall down (which hurts) and I always seem to pick myself up and keep going. It seems to take longer to get back to get going but I eventually do. I do have a couple of fun things in the works and I will give myself a little nudge to work on them.

I am okay.

Comments

Glenda Hoagland said…
Great post Wendy. You have accomplished quite a lot in this young year. Your quilt business, working on the short story, and dolls and you are a tremendous artist. I am so proud to know you.
wendyluwrites said…
Happy early spring, Wendy! :) That was nice of you to help a friend clear out his backyard. It's still in the 50s and 60s here in North Carolina, but looks like the weather is going to get warmer this upcoming week - which means more outdoor walks for me!

And perfection is overrated ;) What's the fun in making art if we can't make a couple of flubs here and there for us to correct and make better next time around?

-Wendy Lu Writes
Hello Wendy Lu2. You're right, perfection is highly overrated and not attainable. The deal is to enjoy the process and have a good ride.

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