a habit of noticing – and savouring – the everyday moment
Words have abandoned me. After a great push on the manuscript last week, and a wonderful weekend with my family, something dried up.
Instead of After berating myself for the blank page in front of me, I spent some time wandering around the internets, and also wandering in the neighbourhood with my camera.
Outside, the Japanese plums are in bloom, and the sky is – now and then – that deep, arresting blue of seasons changing.
Inside, I found habit, a blog of photos with no-more-than-30-word captions, posted by the two hosts and several guest artists each month.
And these are ARTISTS. The photographers have paired lovely, intimate photos of everyday life with tender, often poignant thoughts, exposing their hearts and lives. I find the pictures and captions deeply moving.
So, while the words for my work-in-progress and for my usual blog posts are MIA, I am going to try a new habit.
the light was soft. the chair was hard. where was the in-between?