"Once we clearly acknowledge the soul, we can learn to hear it's cries. - Dallas Willard, Renovation Of The Heart."

It takes courage to pursue our dreams. It takes time and patience to unearth buried treasure. But I believe with all my heart that we must do both.

5.02.2010

unfinished journal pages





Here are a few unfinished journal pages.

It seems to be the way of things right now.

Unfinished

In my art, in my life

That's okay

20 comments:

Mechelle said...

What a great start Mary! I know the feeling...so many things I would like to do, so little time.

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Great pages as usual Mary! I sent off the ATCs last week, hope you receive them in good condition!

Denise said...

Looks very nice.

Poetic Artist said...

They have a wonderful beginning. I know about geting things done. It is called sitting on my b---...LOL.

Jennifer Richardson said...

I can SO relate. And it's so okay. Unfinished sometimes means "yet unwritten".....it's a part of your story still in the making. Whatever and whenever, the timing is in good hands. I don't and may never GET His timing, but it's genius. I'm comforted by your post; thanks.

sarah said...

unfinished is ok....just like our lives... :)

Just Be Real said...

Mary, I have many unfinished projects that I am learning not to feel guilty about. There is no time limit to complete many things I am discovering. Blessings.

WINDOWLAD said...

Dear Mary,

Hi. I'm back... and moving on.... i'm very glad and blessed to be here again... on your li'l page with great inspiring works and encouraging thoughts... i finally found the word 'enough'... and by lookin' at those works of yours makes me feel relieved and relaxed... the colors are cool... the message is clear... though, it wasn't yet finished i know i will make a wonderful and cheerful outcome... and i'm waitin' for that time... thank you for all your kindness and sincere care and love... you and the rest of my friends here in blogland made me feel i was deeply loved and cared... thank you so much!!!:)

A Blessed Day!!!:D

Kelvin

Bren said...

Terrific pages Mar, and the great thing about incomplete, it means at least you began! They are right in keeping with your new developing graffiti style and so reflective of your brilliant, pure use of colour.

Sherry said...

I can relate so much. After tax season I was exhausted and took a week to read. Then last week was spent in the hospital with my son (all is well).
Now I look at my TO-DO list and it's daunting. Even the fun stuff list is so long that I can't even begin!
But we'll trudge on and who knows what great things will come from it?

S. Etole said...

a work in progress ... that's the way of a lot of life ...

Sandra Hall said...

Hi Mary, your unfinished pages are fantastic - I especially like the painty splatters! The depth of colour and the layers are a great foundation for you to build upon....

Glenda said...

He's still working on me, too . . .

Buffy said...

Don't feel bad Mary,I have two collages half finished,two faces at work half finished,a stool that I'm painting for somebody half finished and not to mention my house is half clean.I did finish cooking dinner tonight LOL. I love your journal pages,even if they're unfinished,at least they look gorgeous the way they are. The green and turquise one is my favorite.

Erin Butson said...

Yes, i'm learning to be okay with unfinished. to celebrate what I've done + not what I have left to do! great beginning...

Janie Husband said...

I love all of your bright colors....what beautiful pages

Jane Farr said...

I can soooo relate to this! Beautiful spreads Mary!

The Dreaming Bear said...

Greetings from Iowa, Mary! Thanks for visiting my blog! I've enjoyed your blog as well! Love your gorgeous journal pages, and your joyful, positive outlook! Looking forward to visiting you again and again! Cheers! -Dori

Jennifer said...

They are looking SO good! Love the pretty colors. I know what you mean... sometimes things just all seem that way. It will pass. :)
~Jennifer

laurel said...

How about a work of art in progress. I'm partial to the page with the city scape and the bird.