Journey to Anywhere

“Before you can walk on water, you have to get out of the boat.”

– Anonymous

My advice to anyone who has decided to take the leap of faith and change directions in their life is listen to the small still voice in your heart. You may call it your conscience, the holy spirit or anything else for that matter. The point is, that is what steered you to make the choice in the first place and it will never steer you in a bad direction. For some reason we don’t trust it fully.

I challenge you to listen to this voice and give it weight in your decision making. See what happens.

Parts in Place

Most days, I open all my blinds promptly at 9 am. It is part of my daily routine. If I didn’t do this, I would surely be a cave dweller.

So, one day last week, I raised the blinds in the kitchen to clean the window behind it. I was amazed at the amount of sunlight that streams through. It felt wonderful to bask in the sun and clean that window. Needless to say, the blinds are permanently up in the kitchen and doing dishes in the afternoon is now a blessing.

Getting a bit surreal today. I love to use surrealism as a vehicle for creating subtle textures. If you look at the two large pipes at the bottom, they appear to be made of the same material until you look closer.



I like to post the link to my illustrations on Facecrack…I mean Facebull…darn it, I mean Facelift…Gah, you know what I mean.

Some of the comments that come from individuals pertain to the story. Most times, they continue the story, or give some more detail about the subject matter, even if it’s a surreal creature. I love this. I illustrate a flash of a story, and the rest is fabricated by the viewer. I say, have at it. Use the imagination God gave you.

Rock on.