PEMBROKE DESIGNS

Artwork by C. Pembroke

GALLERY: Fit | Form | Ride | Road | ABOUT: Cindy

GALLERY Reveal the Road

Index
2017 - 2018 Index B
2014 - 2015 Index B
2014 Index
2011-2013 Index B
2008-2010 Index L
2006-2008 Index O

2013
Territory
Dark
Sentimental
Procrastination
Vantage Point
Nervous
Making Waves
Opportunity Cost
Satellite Site
Vantage Point
Inside Out
On Work
Frost on the Windows

2012
Monday
Working Remote
Psychosomatic
Introduction
Two Rules
Following footsteps
Dirt and beets
Thinning seeds
Two feet walking

Culture gone bad

2011
Uncertainty
Lost and found

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Two Feet Walking

I find it interesting that we have two legs, arms, eyes, yet one mouth. Our brain is split into left and right hemispheres. We specialize in verbal communication on one side, and wholeistic imagery on the other. Our blood moves thru the body in a circular motion. We are a mix of two into one.

For each step forward we take, we lift one of our feet from earth, in a state of imbalance. If a strong wind blows, we might just fall over.

This is about how I feel now. As I read over my previous blog entries, I smile at how much garbage I speak. I am definitive one moment, and the next find my actions reflect an opposite outcome.

I have spent time at Saatchi Online this week, and found that I adored the intellectual space to stretch out into lofty speech -- big words and far flung ideas. I don't take myself too seriously, but it sure is fun. And so that space is important to my mix. I will continue with it.

In turn, I have wavered in my confidence regarding the Zazzle space. I have built and torn down so many outlets, that I cannot act on these concerns now. I need to keep walking. In time I may refine my approach, but I cannot afford to act on confusion. It may simply turn out to be fear in disguise.

St. Patty's Day was yesterday, and Jim made a lovely corned beef, carrots, and creamed cabbage. Today we look forward to the new week, starting with a raquetball game. I plan to approach the game not thinking about winning or losing, but about hitting the mark, keeping the game going, getting a good sweat.

I hope you have a great week.

May we find our vision, learn our way, define our path, and meet our purpose.