Sleepy Sundays: Underneath

Underneath

Underneath
Have you ever torn something up only to reveal a forgotten wonder beneath?

I’m slowly going through the motions of moving. I’m dragging my feet to pack little by little. We all seem so depressed, drained, you name it. The living conditions here continue to worsen. I created this short sketch of this happy little guy for some greeting cards I’m designing. I had to find something better. Something, anything, to take my mind out of the madness.

May has been a terrible month for just about everyone I know. Here’s to hoping June brings about some hidden treasure amongst all the muck.

Reveal one detail about yourself you never share.

Go on, it’s liberating. (This is about peeling back a layer or two, and showing what’s “underneath”.)

Have a freeing Sunday!

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5 thoughts on “Sleepy Sundays: Underneath

  1. Hmm, one detail? Okay, this is going to be embarrassing. Although I don’t watch it anymore (no time), when I used to watch Dancing with the Stars, and they’d pan to the star’s beaming and proud family after a performance, I’d get a little teary. Just something about the emotion on the family members’ faces–so proud of their mom, father, husband, wife, brother, sister, whatever. Tended to get even a stoic like me. 🙂

    Thanks for visiting my site. I appreciate it. And good luck with your move. Always a stressful time for sure.

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    1. This was so sweet. I like this detail, Carrie. & Thank you for stopping in as well.
      Mine? One that I rarely or never share? I can sing, but I only reveal it to certain people on rare occasions. There’s stories behind why, but none that I’ve shared here yet. It’s mostly shyness. I’m confident in other areas, but not that for some reason. Call it “stage fright” 🙂

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        1. Perhaps in the very distant future. 😉
          Maybe until then I’ll post the voiceovers & vocals for the music I contributed to a friend’s project. Someone uploaded it to Youtube via Playstation 4, I think.

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