Masters tales

A never-ending circle

The daily prompt has asked if I could re-live the past week would I change anything…

I have just had a week from hell. But I’ve also learnt a lot about myself. Last Monday I was unsure of what I was. I felt like I was waiting for something to happen. As if I were a character in a story but it was being written by someone else. I felt that I had very little, if any control.

Now I feel as if I have more control. The anemia is getting undercontrol and I am only experiencing the dizziness for some of the day (honestly it has been like I am high all the time – a feeling that I don’t like). My eyes are fixable, even if I can’t get them sorted where I’d like to, and I have now got a writing workshop. Last week all these things were worse or I didn’t know what was happening.

So if I had to relive the last week I would grit my teeth and do it. There would only be one change – I’d smile more. You can never have too many smiles. 🙂

Oh… And I would write more, with all the stress last week was terrible for writing.

This is an oil I painted about ten years ago. It doesn't fit with the writing, but when I painted it I felt as if I everything happened to me, and I had no control. I think it shows in the art.
This is an oil I painted about ten years ago. When I painted it I felt as if I everything happened to me, and I had no control. I think it shows in the art. Now I have far more control. And that shows. I suppose that this would be a bit like free-writing. I would almost close my eyes and see what happened, hoping that the picture would be good. 

 

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