I thought I was going to fill my blog with posts that range from artworks to stories last midyear break, but it turned out to be greater than what I was expecting.
My laptop finally gave up last June, but my hopes were not down for I still have art as my last resort when things get dull and extremely mundane. Instead of filling a blog with words, I filled a sketchpad with numerous doodles, art studies, and artworks. I even painted the wall of our bedroom with water drops (one of them is shaped like a cat)! With the help of my Midyear Doodle Challenge, few artist friends, and several artists on YouTube, the spark that I have for drawing burnt my entire system good enough to ignore the sad state of not having a laptop. Not only did I prove that I am a step away from creating artworks, but also, I have proved that the situation has a good side.
Lesson learned, do not let a laptop die while having a midyear break….. Kidding! I have learned that finding the good side of a situation takes perseverance and tenacity. It all counts on your perspective on how you accept the situation.
They told me to smile often so my insecurity won’t obviously show.
I don’t think that I have to smile anymore. My sleek and on-point hair shows how I sway off the situations that bother me. My pointy stilettos make fearful sounds that alarm the people who work under my company.
However, my gloves cannot hide the truth of how a wife fights for her wants. The blood stains were removed, but the residues lingered in my thoughts.
These thoughts were once real; but now, they are just evaporated plans for my husband’s naughty mistress to prove that murdering is winning.
Midyear break is about to start for me and this blog will become active again. I promise to update this blog with artworks that I am planning to make after I finish my school requirements. All will be well and this blog will be filled with colors again.
This morning, I decided to stop using my art blog, kickingbabyscribbles.wordpress.com, and just continue posting my artsy stuff in this word blog. I wanted to combine word and art in this blog to avoid monotony. It’s good to have a variation, lest a boring blog.
Also, I decided not to delete the original contents found in kickingbabyscribbles.wordpress.com. I consider them memorable and sentimental. They deeply mean something to me (this proves my love for art). Though, I cannot blame myself for this geek-iness; it was an amazing journey to be a Fine Arts student in just a fraction of my existence.
Lastly, I should work on a new description about this blog. It’s not a word blog anymore! Dear change, it’s always refreshing to welcome you in my heart!