|When the trail is unbroken, and the map uncharted, just ask yourself, "What would Snicker doodle?"|
Today, I received the title of "Boss of Everything, a.k.a. Little Miss Bossy Pants".
Actually, I think my older brothers gave me that title years ago. Good thing it came from someone who loves me... then and now.
|Why, yes, thank you, I'll take two of those. "Abundance is mine", sayeth Little Miss Bossy Pants. That's Missy Sunshine, to you, Bro.|
We're not doing anything like big important journalism here, but when we write about a product we like, we want our readers to know that nobody gave us money to say it. We want to write what we believe in, without worrying that our ideas about making and doing and being, rather than shopping and buying and conforming, will aggravate a sponsor, whose money would be paying our salaries. We want to create a beautiful bit of printed deliciousness, for you to savor, uninterrupted by chattering monkeys, wanting to pick your pockets. I've been informed this is not realistic.
|No, thanks, I'm not fond of "reality". "Reality" has more than once said I couldn't have her, couldn't keep her, couldn't hope to afford her. This is Belle Amie, and there's not much in her history that plays by reality's rule book.|
|When bulls fly...|
I know for a fact that I get what I expect to get, which is not always the same as getting what I want. Sometimes I forget to expect what I want, or I just forget what I want, and I get what I'm worrying about, instead. I know for a fact that I get what I have the capacity to allow in, and I am continually learning to expand that capacity.
I get what I believe in:
I believe in Joy.
I believe in Grace.
I believe in Miracles.
This means that I believe in saying "Yes, thank you!" to a bigger reality than I or anyone can possibly imagine for me.
If it's not your reality, and not a reality you want, that's okay, just don't drop your horse biscuit reality on my path, cause I'm Tenacity Jane, and I'm wearing my biscuit kickers, and my shiny silver star that says "Boss of Everything". Or maybe it just says "Little Miss Bossy Pants." It's kinda hard to read upside down, riding full speed ahead. Hope to see y'all along the trail!
When I''m not on my bandwagon, inviting y'all to my reality, I paint some purdy nice walls. And in your home, you're the boss of everything. You pick it, and I'll paint it. If you want help choosing a new look, I'll be happy to oblige. Check out the website, theartofthehome.com. (...and if it's your first time here, don't worry, I only go all cowgirl every once in a blue moon.)
Comments or questions are always welcome. You can leave them below, or email me at Dawnmariedelara@gmail.com.