Saturday, July 27, 2013

Letting Go:: Journaling


Sometimes getting past Stuff
is hard.

Sometimes Difficult,
means On the Path to Good
or Better.

~k

11 comments:

Caatje said...

I love how you wrote on the wall and the door. It looks like it was there when the picture was taken, really cool. And the only way to get over things is to go right through them, I really believe this, but it's not easy. Good luck.

Mary Brack said...

Kathy,
I love everything about this page! Your thoughts, the picture, your writing as graffiti on the walls and door. Letting go is a theme in my life right now ...again. It seems no matter how deep we go there is always something in us that we must let go of in order to grow. Love it!

Lavender Knits said...

A beautiful and poignant journal page. Letting go is easier said than done.

Tracy said...

So right! Keep holding on to that positive thought that the pain will lead to something better. When we open our hands to let go of something they are then ready to receive a new thing.

Nancy said...

You did a beautiful and very creative page on "letting go". I think we are all letting go of something most of the time but it doesn't make it any easier....

Jenny said...

Adore this page Kath... the symbolism of the door... the words... the splash of color... all gorgeous and so meaningful...

Jenny ♥

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Oh wow.. this is beautiful!
Thank you for joining us - welcome to
ART-JOURNAL-JOURNEY-CHALLENGE

xxx
Susi

Createology said...

Letting go is not easy yet your ability to journal and make such soulful pages has to help the process. You are amazing dear...

Donna Wynn (Yogiknitgirl) said...

This page really reached out to me ... you did an amazing job and I love the interpretation. You are right, the hard stuff is hard ... just be good to yourself and step lightly as long as you need to my friend! I agree with Nancy ... we are all here letting go of something.

Linda R said...

What a fabulous page.. Love the meaning behind this page my friend.

Hugs~

Valerie Sjodin said...

Yes, well said, and illustrated. Thank you Kathy!