Tears of joy shared by angels who bless us with love and magic (still working on that … rolls eyes).
I’ve finally committed full force to my new craft, which means I am ready to craft, create, and sell my sparkling wares.
It’s all very exciting.
It’s all very frightening.
I have applied for three craft art fairs this summer. Too many? Too few? What am I doing?
I have already been turned down for one fair. That’s the game. I threw the dice and we’ll see what numbers turn up. Is sharing my crafts with others any different than sharing my joy for writing? Or art? Or my family?
I wonder why I’m so hesitant. So afraid. Why should it make a different if someone likes what I’ve made or not? Am I still not me?
This could lead to a whole psychological discussion, one I’m tired of having. Thinking. I’m going to do what I always tell others to do.
I always say — and I truly believe — that life is too short not to make yourself happy. When you make yourself happy you make others happy. The world swirls around us no matter what we do, and if you wait for others to make you feel better about yourself you’ll wait forever. So why not jump into the foray now and then and share what truly makes you feel good?
I have had fun exploring, creating, and sharing my suncatchers. If I come out with nothing more than new experiences, I have been very fortunate indeed.
Take a look at my new page when you have time. Tell me what you think! Have you taken the next step in your creative world? I’d love to hear about it, too!
P.S. If you can come up with a phrase about angels and their tears that would make a prospective buyer go “Wow. I get it!” hold onto it. I will be holding a little contest with a suncatcher as a prize.
Sounds like an angel gift to me!