Thursday, January 02, 2014

Complete

com·plete
adjective \kəm-ˈplēt\

: having all necessary parts : not lacking anything
: not limited in any way
: not requiring more work : entirely done or completed

Am I incomplete?  Nah, I don't think so, I have all my parts.  But actually there are certainly parts of me that are lacking attention.  Do I feel limited?  Uh, yeah.  I do.  By fear. √  By my unwillingness to make waves.√  By excuses.√  Oh dear.  Am I not in need of work?  Am I entirely done?  Not by a mile!  Am I really bad at almost finishing projects?  Oh my yes.
So.  COMPLETEEvery time I write that my fingers say COMPETE.  And that's not me.  I don't need to be first, or best, or most favoured.  I need to be true to myself, I need to pay attention to the unattended parts of my SELF and figure out what they need.  And then do it.

1 comment:

Laurie said...

I am so glad to see your blog again! I used to read it regularly and then it disappeared. I participated in a fabric swap with you on Delphi once (the first swap I ever did) where we exchanged squares of white on white fabrics and fabrics that said "spring" to us. I loved the fabric I got and thought it was a wonderful idea on your part – so simple and yet so fun!

I've got you bookmarked again; so glad you are back at it!