Monday, September 10, 2007

8 weeks 5 days

Today begins an 8 week 5 day journey that will bring together all of the creative energy I have been courting for the past year.
Electric Water World is about to Light up. I have waded through incredibly dark years without hesitation, knowing that this day would arrive... much of the time with absolutely no good reason pointing even remotely in this direction. The only thread has been one that reaches beyond this world into infinity. I pay attention to my dreams and live by my intuition. I read a quote from Gracie Allen today that sums up a lot of what I deal with on a daily basis... "Never put a period where God has placed a comma."
No matter how much I feel in my heart where it is I am destined for in the future, I can barely navigate my way from one day to the next... I am a ship on a stormy sea, fully immersed in transforming chaos and isolation into tranquility and understanding.
I am every bit as curious as you are how this is going to come together... Somehow I just believe it will... against all odds... of which many of them seem to be working aginst me... regardless, the sun is shining in my heart and it is a beautiful day.

Week One: The intro page of my rough draft for the Fellowship application is finished. The other pages are undergoing some heavy editing. I wrote so much in the past yaer that I have a lot of condensing to do. Wednesday the 12th was an informational meeting held by the Bush Foundation... More insight... Always benneficial. Outside of writing, There is a lot of house keeping going on... There will be a few guests invited... If you are interested, feel free to drop me a line and I will let you know when you can come by to see things light up.
Other wise... I am waiting for my next paycheck to roll in...


Jennifer said...

I hope we see photos of when it does indeed all come together!

What a great Gracie Allen quote. One to remember.

And... I don't remember where I heard or read it recently, but I was reminded of a great Dr MLK quote about not needing to be able to see the whole stairway, you just need to see the next step.

Touching The River said...

Thanks Jennifer... your comment reminded me it was time for an update.