Friday, January 1, 2010

Happy New Year!

I hope your first day of the new year is going great and that the year 2010 is a very creative and fun filled year. The above photo is for one of my Creative Lettering assignments done in metallic pens, which do not show up well when scanning.
This is the time of year when many people reflect on the previous year and make resolutions for the new year. My main goal (I prefer the word goal to resolution, not sure why, just do;-) this year is to get back behind the wheel of a car, in our case a Tahoe, and drive to various places to create. I stopped driving a few years ago because of my illness, but that is getting under control, which will make it easier for me to drive. I will start with short trips and then work my way up. That way my anxiety does not have a chance to flare up. If I watch what I eat, keeping soy and certain wheat products then my shaky problem does not occur too much. Baby steps!
Other goals are to continue to be creative in my art and writing and I would like to get up each morning and get ready as if I was going out of the house to work, only I travel to my art/office studio to work (play;-). Another activity I need to get better at is doing my job for the doctor. At least once or twice a week should be enough to get his stuff done.
For now that is all the goals I am going to make. As time goes on this year I may or may not add more, but I will let you all know if I come up with more.
Now go be creative and have a load of fun doing it!


Tammy Freiborg said...

Wishing you spiritual calm and strength to meet your goals! Happy New Year!

Rhonda said...

Thank you! I hope your goals are met as well.

Anonymous said...

yes ~i want

bubblemunch said...

Dear Rhonda,
A Happy New Year to you too!

The silver highlights around your handwriting makes the lettering stand out.

I wish you a healthy and creative 2010 :-)


Rhonda said...

Thank you! I wish you a healthy and very creative new year. ;-)Rhonda

freebird said...

Such a great page for the CL class. Your goals are great. I hope you find the driving becomes the joy it once was for you. Take your cell phone with you when you go for reassurance.