Tuesday, November 20, 2012


Yes, reach! I've decided that a partial reason why I haven't posted in a while (other than the usual shortage of time) is that I feel limited in my blog material. As I browse and admire the blogs of other artists, I realize that much of their appeal comes from the fact that what they write about is not limited. It pertains not only to the artistic sense, but also to the spiritual sense, the emotional sense. What they write is relatable.
So, I have come to the conclusion that I am not going to limit myself in terms of writing. I will write about my problems, my personal changes, my life goals, what inspires me, what influences me... What makes me me.
I think I'll give the credit for this sudden change to a recently discovered blog of mine. It's by a publishing artist by the name of Monica Sabolla Gruppo and this is her blog. I will say that she is a wonderful woman. She focus on the beauty that is all around us and she not only notices it-- she writes about it!
In general, I have felt limited. With college and new, glorious opportunities posed on the horizon, I feel like a cloud that is pinned to a certain spot in the sky, as if to say "You shall move from this state of mind." And with a mindset that has been dying to expand its horizons and try new and different things, this limitation feels simply debilitating! So, my blog shall be my mind's new (if only temporary) horizon. No limitations here!
So my parting words with you tonight are:  Open your wings! Fly! Expand! Leap! Let's get to it!

Doors are meant to be opened


  1. I accidentally (serendipitously) bumped into this post- how wonderful and so very kind of you! Many heartfelt thanks for your words. I truly hope my work continues to inspire you. As for now, YOU have inspired me to continue on this very path. Thank you.
    My best,

  2. How very serendipitous! Your comments on my blog have truly made my week, I want you to know. I had been feeling discouraged because of an overbearing workload with the end of semester for my school, but when I saw your comments, I very nearly cried. Grace does come when we least expect it. I've never had any real contact with an artist I really admire, so thank you!


  3. I had never seen your reply, but stumbled upon your blog post once again! What a delight it was, thank you so much! Please keep in contact! I'd love to! x
    (I now have a site for grown-up girls! LOL and blog at monicasabollagruppo.com, should you need a bit of inspiration every now and then!).