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Vital to the survival of any creative soul, and I would argue everyone falls into this category in part, is discovering some way to feed the soul.
To stop and savor the moment.
To appreciate the colorful nature of the world.
In this case to welcome spring.
You know the old saying, stop and smell the roses? It's not just about the sweet perfume of the flower(s), but about taking the time to just be! There will always be deadlines, demands, and time dedicated to getting things done. For example, I've just celebrated a new release (Protecting Pilar) and I have another coming up this week (Wrangling Wanda). I'm hard at work on yet another book, I have a family to care for, animals to look after, physical therapy to go to and the list goes on and on.
Two weeks ago, I took two hours and I just was. I stopped to smell the roses and filled my soul to bursting. Two hours sustained me for two weeks. Imagine if you stopped for two hours every week? When the land is parched, even a drop of water is a welcome respite. Today is another day to escape with my muse and refill the well.
What will you do to stop and smell the roses this week?
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