Friday, February 27, 2009

The week ends

When I was a little girl my entire world consisted of playing, and getting away with not doing chores. I hated to clean house. I would take off out the back door for adventures outside. I loved riding my bike or laying on the grass and looking up at the sky, daydreaming. I enjoyed playing with the clouds. Seeing shapes of animals, or angels or cars and buses. I loved playing with my friends. I never imagined what it would be like when I got older.
Being responsible, working for a living and running out the back door still trying to get away with not doing chores. After the week ends I don't want to clean my house, or do laundry. I want to relax, maybe get together with a friend, go shopping, go to lunch. Or sit at my jewelry table and create. I've now taken on another project, I'm writing.
I have a full time 8 to 5 job totally left brain. Or shall I say whatever part of my left brain shows up on that day! So my right side of the my brain (creative) is pushing and shoving to get out and play. I'm finding myself wanting to stay home and clean. (whatever!) That will probably change by tomorrow. Especially if the sun is out shining. The week end is here and I want to play, like the good old days when I was a kid.
Anyone want to go ride bikes, or go roller skating at the school ground?


The Muse said...

Raquel? Writing? Oh wonderful!!!

White Iris Designs said...

You're writing now....what types of topics....isn't it fun to discover the many sides of yourself!

raquel roysdon said...

Yes, I'm writing. I've dedicated Sunday as the day of the week. I can rest and let the words coming flowing out. I'm writing a children's book.
We are like the petals on a flower. Each petal is a side of us and all put together we are flowers.

Meggie said...

Writing? Go for it. I actually got so into writing one time that I bought every "how to" book I could get my hands on. During that phase of my life, I learned so much. I also learned that writing was not what I was put on this earth to do for a living. For fun? Yes. Absolutely. Anyway, I hope you have as much fun as I did along the way.