Hey there love bugs!

Today I want to share some of my recent drawings. Is it just me or do you, too, have different creative channels, and do you switch between them for different periods of time? Not writing much these days, just my morning pages to align my intentions with my focus for the day. Otherwise I have no real desire for words at the moment. Enjoying drawing a lot more right now. I love how it comes straight from the heart, no detours via the mind. Plus, it surprises me every time – I never know what I’ll draw until it’s there on the paper.

So, enough with the talking. Here they are, in no particular order:


I create my own flow from my heart’s desires and everything life hands me.
I see myself. Only those who see and understand themselves can see and understand others.
My Soul Flower
Reconciliation between our human and our divine aspects
Been listening to Tori Amos’ Native Invader a lot lately. The other day this drawing appeared on the page before me as I was listening to Cloud Riders.


What do you see? (I’ve already heard “shrimp” … )
When I posted this on Instagram and Facebook the other day, I was a little iffy about it. Thought it only meant something to me. Judging from your reactions, I was mistaken. That’s the point, right? The things that move ourselves deeply are the ones that touch others.
Rest, recharge, relax
A flower I drew with the intention of healing the pain I sometimes feel over the (seeming) separation from God. Sometimes I feel like I just made the big boss up in my head …
My I Can Do It Flower. I am the one who gets to make my life beautiful.





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