Here I am on Sunday morning. The sun is shining brightly and the temperature is rising. You have to dash under the portal of the building because the accumulated snow from the last storm is sliding off and there's steady drip of water pouring down as well. The sides of the highway and running like a river and my hopes for Spring have returned! I got happy when the sun came out yesterday, and got busy with the next video. Here it is:
It's been a long time since I was at the gallery on a Sunday. Figured it was time to see if there is anything going on on this gorgeous day that might bring people out. We'll see. Haven't seen anyone yet, so spent some time figuring out "My Perfect Day" and writing it out. It was way easier than I thought. I don't know why it took me so long after Frank Kern first told us what a powerful tool it is. I'm not going to share it with you just yet. I'll wait till I see it out in my life then share it to demonstrate it's real power.
For those of you who have read the current issue of Land and Home, yes, that really is my house, and yes, I really did build it. Don't be too impressed, it was one of those "no viable alternative" situations. I will confess that's when I'm strongest. Tell me I can't, then watch me do it. I believe it is within all of us to rise to the challenge, to live beyond the confines of what constrains us. I've been doing that for as long as I can remember and don't see it as anything but ordinary. You can see the article (photos and all) online at http://www.sangrechronicle.com/LandAndHome_Spring08/homefeature.html
Check it out and then post here and tell me what you think! I keep saying that...and I really mean it! I want to hear from you! It can be very quiet and lonely in these mountains. Especially this time of year when I generally sit in the gallery by myself for 8 hours a day! Now you know why I have limited hours in the shoulder season!
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