Before I knew it, Cindy had me out buying easels and canvases for our art lesson. She had the brushes and paints,
the background music and a vase filled with lilies and delphiniums, our focal point. Cindy's instructions seemed easy enough to follow, but Linda and I had no idea what we were doing.
Relatives stopped by and laughed at our progress, we were not intimidated... All of a sudden, Cindy's work was so advanced, were we failures? What were we doing? I will tell you. We were having the time of our lives - laughing, creating, relaxing and catching up, doing the things we always loved to do.
Before long, our canvases, covered with a vase of lilies and delphiniums, were completed. Even though, from the same perspective, each so different, but all beautiful!
The next morning as I read my emails, a blog update was there from belle mason. She began with a quote by Joseph Chilton Pearce. "To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong". The quote must have been for Linda, Cindy and me.