Lately it’s been feeling a bit stifled at home. Not all is rosey with a grumpy teething toddler, an exhausted
housemaid mama & social butterfly daddy all crammed into one shoebox of a house. Cue escaping the confines of our 4 walls to big open spaces at Bather’s beach, Fremantle.
With each wave lapping onto the shore, it washed away a bit of life’s worries & dramas. If I wasn’t against littering I would of chucked my never ending to-do list into the ocean & let it drift far far away. But for now it felt good to ignore life’s daily grind & to dip our toes into the sand then explore many of the artworks on display at the beach at the current exhibition run by Kidogo arthouse, Fremantle.
Sometimes you just need something like this flower artwork to remind you to stop & smell the roses. My problem is Im always going a hundred miles an hour that I need to learn to let go of some stuff, hit pause & really breathe in the moment. Because you blink & the moment is gone. And what do I want to look back on? Memories of endless housework or actually living life? I choose life!
I choose a life of raising Kobe the best I can, of being a supportive caring partner to Luke, of promoting togetherness in my family/Luke’s family & of being a friend that my friends can rely on. And thats all I could ever want really & I hope thats what they all want for me too. Oh & world peace would be nice too:)
So here’s to just taking a deep breath when life gets all too much & to live more in the moment.
Happy Wednesday friends!