It’s the New Year! Sort of. This post is a bit late. Well, I can make a late resolution to get posts written on time right?! Nothing like a few extra resolutions after making a few hundred of them before 2018 even started! Que hysterical hyperventilation and wringing of hands. Don’t get me wrong, I… Read More Dealing With Set Resolutions
Some of you may remember that a few months ago I wrote a post about why I think artists are important, but now I’m going to try to attack an even bigger question: why Christian artists are important. This is a difficult post, mostly because art itself is subjective and there aren’t really right or… Read More Why The World Needs Christian Artists
We all crept up the old creaking stairs. We tiptoed and whispered and giggled and laughed. We pulled out the clothes, once wrapped up with care, And we danced and we pranced and dressed up in the past.
Everyone is running back and forth after the blue disk as it flies through the air; everyone, except for me. I’m just standing a little ways from the group, watching the Frisbee as it flies back and forth between the players, hoping that my team doesn’t drop it. Every time they throw it, my… Read More Letting Go of Anxiety and Depression
The years prior to adulthood get complicated. Most of you know that. There’s this whirlwind of confusion and doubt crawls into your mind when you have to make a decision. Like now. We just moved a few weeks ago, and I’m having to sort my priorities. On one hand I have my art, blog, and future… Read More Afternoon Art #12 and Hard Thing 6
So awhile ago I wrote a review on this amazing book, Do Hard Things, and then said I would be keeping track of the things that push me outside my boundaries and are actually difficult for me. Then we moved. Now you may be thinking,”Moving sounds like the perfect time to do some hard things,”and you… Read More Hard Things 2-5
Let’s have an honest moment. Drawing, painting, and any kind of imagery come way more easily to me than blogging. I have probably been staring at this computer screen for an hour now. The thing is, inspiration for drawing just comes. If I don’t know what to draw then all I have to do is put in… Read More Cocoa Talk: Why I Blog
There’s an ache inside Caused by pride. The thought of knowing better Bound her heart with iron fetter. If only you’d left the matter alone, Her heart and her head, together they groan. Her heart realized its maddening sin. She wants to apologize, but were to begin? Finally, she wrote it all down, So that… Read More Apology