1. What a wonderful accomplishment. It’s gotta feel good to have completed such a project. Thank you for the introduction to Authur Tress’s work – so inspiring!

    Whew, fire…that element is super dangerous and difficult for me. I’m more of an Earth (keeping my molten core mostly contained and buried deep) and wind type of maker.

    1. Yes I’m so earth too! I think that’s why my flame seems to burn a bit duller than Arthur’s 🤣🤣 But I love Earth goddesses, they just make the most sense to me 🌎💙 Thank you for your praise and support!! xo

  2. Wow – that exhibition catalog is beautiful and Arthur Tress sounds very inspiring.

    Your post reminds me of something that I heard from Brene Brown – that unexpressed creativity is not benign, but malignant.

    And you point out the other side of it – that we only have so much of it. That is so true. And I love the inspiration I get from hearing how you harness it and respect it. It’s a message I need to hear today. For me the creative energy comes from that God/Goddess whisper deep inside. There’s no forcing it.

    Love this post! XOXO

    1. Oh I love that whatever I said in this post was helpful for you today! Maybe that’s why I was meant to write it for some reason 🤷🏼‍♀️ Maybe the goddesses were like ok Wynne is gonna need this tomorrow, and so they ignited my flame a bit, just to get this post out, and here we are 💖💖💖🔥🔥🔥 Crazier things have happened right? Hope you’ve been well lovely lady, I need to catch up on your posts and plan to! xo

  3. So glad to see you here again Libby! I totally understand about focusing what energy you have in places that reignite that flame! I, myself, am feeling like my light is slowly burning low lol…. I need a break, I just can’t seem to step off this hamster wheel of mine… and every time I get a bit of a break something else happens afterwards and makes me feel like I need an EVEN longer break to make up for the pressure/stress!

    Also, WOWWWWW your work is AMAZING! That is absolutely stunning!!! 💓💓💓

    1. I know, that hamster wheel thing is so scary. I always worry that if I’m on that wheel for too long, my health will suffer. I’m rooting for the universe to send you a much needed break!! And in the meantime, just hang in there sister 💖

  4. It is totally understandable. I haven’t found time for blogging either and instead of being hard on myself, I’m just going with the flow now. My schedule is out of the window. Have an amazing wedding weekend with your friends. And I can’t wait to know more about your tarot card reading journey. 🙂

  5. Libby, thanks for sharing your news 🙂 Congrats on completing your artistic exhibition project! There’s just so much our physical body can give without a respite, but that pure fire energy remains alive within you.

  6. First, congratulations on this fabulous achievement, Libby! The catalog is gorgeous, of course. So much to be proud of, my friend ❤️.
    Also, thank you for this post! Such a needed reminder to be aware of and respect our finite energy. I am feeling my limits, with so much of my energy and focus directed to moving to and settling in a new home in a different country. Blogging has dropped off…reading and scrolling have dropped off…writing has dropped off…my whole routine has dropped off. I’ve been giving myself a hard time about it all, shoulding myself constantly, but I know I need to give myself permission to just be. Saving this post to re-read. Hugs! 💜

    1. Omg yes absolutely! Just live your life and get acclimated to your new world. That could take a year! Your blog will still be there and so will your loving followers and friends! I’ve also dropped off with my blogging and I do feel slightly bummy for a second sometimes but yeah, I just don’t have it in me right now, and that has to be ok. Big Portuguese hugs to you!! xoxxo

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