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Sunday, February 6, 2011

On The Fence

Seems I've been doing a lot of fence-sitting lately... I thought a journal page would help work out some frustration. ;)

11 comments:

Bill said...

It's a wonderful journaling page, but I have to say mine aren't helping me very much. I hope yours helps you. I'm feeling so nuts and conflicted that I can't stand it! I have a doctor's appointment Thursday when some test results are suppose to be back, so hopefully that will change something. I can't stand life the way it is now. Sorry form rambling on.

Lynne H. said...

I so feel you here. I have a decision I know I need to make, just not ready to make, but I will. I always do as I hate that middle of the road feeling..
Good Luck with yours and I like your journal picture:-)

Martin (starwatcher521) said...

Even if we don't decide, we decide ... But sometimes I think how nice it would be to live in both sides of the garden at the same time :-)

Pam Tucker said...

Bill: I hope you feel better soon. Journaling does help me, I find.

Lynne: Ooh, I know...and added to this is my other problem of being such a procrastinator. NOT a good mix. So I can put off making the decision indefinitely! Eventually the decision will have to be made though. Thank you for your comment and good wishes! ;)

Martin: You are so right about that! I love living in both sides of the garden...too much! But it is a nice feeling for a while. Thank you for your words. They are always a comfort. :)

mice_aliling said...

I feel the same way. I'm at fork right now. It's like I'm stuck in a conundrum :)

Pam Tucker said...

Mice: Oh, I hear you! Terrible feeling...I hope you can reach a decision soon! :)

Lovkyně said...

i'm pretty sure the decision making part of my brain was ill developed, so perhaps i can empathize. also, i like the picture. ^_^

Pam Tucker said...

Lovkyne: That part of my brain has never functioned correctly. I'm stil paying for it... Glad you liked the page! ;)

Lori Saul said...

I really like this journalling page. Her expression speaks to the undecided mind- eyes closed trying to focus on an answer. We all go through this- I think it is our artistic nature. Beautiful honest art Pam! Thanks so much for your lovely comments and for taking the time to visit my new blog- you are a special friend and I value your words and art.
Take care,
Lori

Pearson Report said...

Sometimes sitting on a fence is a great place to take a pause (so long as there are no picket points).

Actually, I sometimes pull my car over, stretch out on the hood and take a moment to center my soul while looking up at the sky and watching clouds take shape.

But fences work well for this sort of thing too! So don't hurry off - pause and enjoy letting your feet dangle!

Nice piece of art - calming!
Jenny

Pam Tucker said...

Lori: Thank YOU for always taking the time to share your words here. Your art is always an inspiration to me. I consider you to be the same! :)

Jenny: Ooh, I love that idea about stretching on the hood and centering your soul! I'll definitely try that. Cloud gazing can take me many places...thank you!

And, yes, must watch those picket points! ;)