Forty-Nine - Freedom that is Wild

2.21.2009


This morning, I couldn't find a picture to take - nothing was wild enough, crazy enough. dark enough, intense enough. I was doing insane things with my camera settings and nothing felt like enough risk. So I went to play the piano. And tried to sing. Which usually helps. And it didn't this time.

I was ready to burst into tears and start screaming mindlessly when my husband, who had been out grocery shopping, dived into the house carrying a bouquet of spiky wild orange tulips, just in time to hold me while I fell apart in his arms, blubbering nonsense about how he'd love me even if I wasn't everything I wanted to be, how I needed him, how much I loved him too...

This is my moment for today, the one that said, "I'm alive, and I'm free." There is nothing holding me back but me, and even that is released into love...

2 comments:

Teri said...

Well, I love this. So abstract, so soft, such great colors.

ELK said...

thank you for sharing your creative talents here ~ even when sometimes it cal be a struggle
blessings ~ELK

 
 
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