Loving Me, Too
The big hairy floater showed up in my right eye some time last week. It’s a much bigger than any of the floaters I’d seen before. It wouldn’t wash out with eye wash. Then I saw little flashes to my right when we took our evening walk with the dogs.
So I looked up eye motes and flashes on the internet, reading enough to scare myself.
The anxiety grew, as I repeatedly shushed it. My friend suggested I journal about the fear. Here’s the result:
I’ve just started to put legs under my dream of being an artist and a writer. I’ve just found my muse again after all these years of dormant creativity, and now, and now…… what if……?
More and more of my job that pays the bills (for now but not forever) involves looking at a computer screen. I want to use my eyes to paint…
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This post by Deborah Drucker, contains a story about Flo Fox who has MS, is legally blind and takes interesting and diverse photos of NY. ( A couple may be PG-13) “Doctor My Eyes” has always been a favorite song.
Notes Tied On The Sagebrush
“The eyes are the window to your soul.” The sixth chakra located just above and between your eyebrows is called The Third Eye Chakra. This chakra is associated with intuition. Is this eye the window to the universe?
The color of the sixth chakra is indigo. Some fun information about indigo.
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” A photographer shows us what they see through a camera’s eye. I am passing on a link that I saw on the EngAGE blog this morning about the photographer Flo Fox who has Multiple Sclerosis, is now paralyzed, and is legally blind but able to take wonderful photos. For the past 40 years her subject has been New York City. I love the sights she has captured. Take a look from In Focus.
“Doctor My Eyes,” by Jackson Browne via SeeYou917:
“You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.” –Mark…
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