Friday

Nature Inspired

I'm still not creating much. Would have plenty of time for that: I still haven't found a day job and am not getting serious translation jobs lately.

But not being needed and payed for it makes me feel pretty depressed and not creative at all.

So, most of my time is spent with sleep, books and movies. Would love to knit, but my left hand isn't healed enough for that.

So, I'm still playing in my diary. This is the page finished last night.


It is even good enough for the Journal52 project, as this week's prompt is Nature Inspired. :) Many flowers are blooming here in Latvia right now. And I love them all!

It is all super simple, and I'm not very happy about that. So I feel a longing for getting my hand on a "real" painting rising again. We'll see, right? :)


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17 comments:

Studio Kaufmann said...

Everyone needs a creative lull once in a while. You are just soaking up all sorts of thoughts and inspirations which will bust out of you once your hand is healed. Love your flower sketches. Happy PPF

Jill Marie said...

Love your pages!

Faye said...

Lovely flowers in your journal. Hope you get the job situation solved soon

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much for the support, friends!

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

I am really sorry that work is slow. Keep busy with your beautiful art to cheer you spirit.
Hope your hand gets better soon
Nicole/Beadwright

Pavinee s said...

Beautiful pages. I love how soft and translucent it looks.

Hope you're feeling better and have a merry day :)

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much for all the support, friends!

Little Drum Dreams said...

I love the look and feel of your Journal Rita. The color is beautiful. I hope it inspires you to dive into that something big. You are loved sister!
Jeanie

Kim Switzer said...

I'm sorry you're feeling a bit depressed. Being out of work is so hard! But I love what you are doing in your journal--I think simple is gorgeous. And having a simple, faster practice to turn to lets us keep our hand in the creative world when we can't get to those bigger projects we dream about. Hang in there!

Tami Chacon said...

Love your pages and I love simple. Sending hope and energy your way.

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Lynna-g said...

I am having trouble commenting. I hope there are not multiple comments going to show. But one more try
Lovely work. I enjoyed visiting your blog today.

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much for all the support, ladies!

Indigene Theresa said...

Rita, I love your journal pages. I've been down the road you're on now, and it feels so desolate; but please believe me, this shall pass. It's hard to believe that when you're in it, but it will. Sending you hugs, prayers and blessings. Keep journaling and creating. This is just the beginning of new things and beginnings in your life.

Indigene Theresa said...

Rita, you're pages are so beautiful and courageous! It speaks to your bravery and the beauty that lives within you! :)

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much, Teresa!