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Monday, January 13, 2014

On Finding Inspiration

There's a time, between seasons, when everything that has grown has bloomed and gone and everything else waits for spring's arrival to blossom. Maybe some might define it as a dead lull, but I think it's the calm before the storm. I see periods like that as more of a resting time. I suppose I'm a glass half full kind of person. I don't hate dreary winters, but rather enjoy the hybernation. I don't complain about rain or hot/cold weather, because honestly, what's the point? Everything should be appreciated for what it is.

I've been more insightful lately than wanting to share outfits and recipes. Not because I am not making food or getting dressed, but because that's just the mood I am in. Most of the time, I don't care to share deep feelings on my blog, not because I want to disguise them and pretend the world is a ball of cotton candy, but because it's not what my blog is for. You don't see the editor's of magazines using up the pages of their publication to pour out their daily grunts. But they do write letters to their readers and in that, they can share some feelings. So why not, every once in a while? 

So here I am in a lull I am thoroughly enjoying, but working my way out of. 

The above photographs have nothing to do with being in a lull, but to me they are a depiction of sunlit happiness.

Photo credit: Abby Williamson

1 comment:

  1. Agreed Sarah, everything should be appreciated for what it is.
    I enjoyed reading this :)