Thanks to Cheryl at CMash loves to Read for having me as a guest author today.
My post is called, “Our Lives are Our Greatest Work sof Art.” Here’s an excerpt:
This morning I woke to possibility. Sun and birds, the sight of my husband opening his arms to me as I staggered one-eyed into the kitchen, the sound of my dogs rising to greet me, and the smell of breakfast gone cold overwhelmed my senses like the first strokes of vivid color on the vast white of a blank canvas. What picture will I paint today?
Will I push the dogs away as they nuzzle against me? Will I ask my husband why he didn’t wait for me to join him for breakfast? Will I rub the sleep out of my eyes and settle into my computer chair to greet the day electronically – placing emails and analytics over the realities of my life? Will I let habit win, or will I do something different? What would the day look like if I made time to kiss my husband deeply or dropped to the ground to play with my loving mutts?
It seems that every minute of every day, I am faced with these kinds of choices. Most of the time, my decisions are out of habit or necessity. My husband is ok with his quick hug and the dogs never seem to mind when I ignore them. They all know my routines and understand that I will greet them, if there is time, once my eyes are fully open. But what if I surprised them? What if I… To read more, click here.