Puttering around in the kitchen, brewing a cup of "Calm" tea for myself, I turned and caught a glimpse of this -
The earling morning light was streaming through the glassware resting on my dining room table, waiting for me to put it back on top of the hutch. I paused and rested my eyes on the light bouncing around and through all of these gorgeous objects, knowing God was sending me a gift of grace and beauty.
I played with light switches, turning them off and on, along with shots from different angles, tamping down frustration when I just couldn't catch the magic. I took this one with the dining room lights on, while the one above was taken with just natural light. The colors of the glassware are truer in this second shot, but I love the rosy light of the first.
I'm nearly finished with this little journal that I keep tucked in my purse. Since I create most pages either on the go or late at night/early morning, they end up being a bit simpler for the most part...not so layered, but fun none the less!
It's getting fat and sassy, don't you think?
It exudes energy and makes me smile.
I worked on this one yesterday, and it's probably one of the more complicated pages in this little book, mostly since I putzed around in the artroom while I did it, and I had access to all my "stuff." I'll share some others a bit later.
Have a wonderful Sunday. I am wishing you peace and some time to nurture yourself.