It has been a gray Monday here at the Brick and Mortar.
My studio window overlooks the main west to east street through our little town and it has been a swirling snow flurry all day. Many times it looked like a flurry of small bits of paper the flakes were so big and white.
Needless to say, if I can report on the various sizes of snow flakes flying by my window ... I didn't get too much "work" done today. I am hoping to get more accomplished after I lock the door and can focus on a small abstract I want to work on or the logo I have to ink. Both projects have been whispering to me all day. I will give them a little attention before heading home and sewing more on the black and white art quite that beckons.
I think the lesson today would be to look at small amounts of time as a gift, a plus. Look at these small amounts of time devoted to a project as time well spent, not as a failure to complete the masterpiece you wish you had time to complete. Small clusters of minutes will soon add up to the finished project.
Think of it this way ... a little bit of creativity each day (writing, painting, sketching, thinking, sewing, knitting, you get the idea) is better than NOT creating.