I grew up in the era of groovy. Far out. All righhht! The 1960’s.
But, on a small farm in rural Minnesota, love beads were a lil’ hard to come by.
So, I watched. Waited. Collected ideas. Five decades later, my creative space is finally starting to look like my dream.
Recently I began volunteering at our church’s Mission Store a few days a week, where the proceeds fund our food pantry. (I’ve always had a heart for feeding folks, be it from the quickly depleted shelves there or my own kitchen — every hour standing behind the check-out counter or my stove makes a difference in someone’s life.)
BTW, check-out clerks are allowed to “shop” during lulls and you never know what might show up in the donation bin. Last week it was Julia Child’s Mastering The Art of French Cooking, Volume Two for 50¢.
This week it was groovy.
I spied the miscellaneous bag of beads when I walked in and immediately recognized their former glory and potential. (My dream!) Nobody paid attention to them for hours, so I watched. Waited. (Until my break.) Snapped them up and hung them up at home!
TMOFW smiles at my ongoing Boho notions.
Speaking of which… my friend Ally offers tons of inspiration and encouragement re: living the life you’ve dreamed of on her website and in her VRAI inaugural e-magazine. Plus, she’s hostessing a custom Boho jewelry give-away. Such fun! As she’s oft said: “Dreams have no expiration date.”
Yes ma’am, gal pal. Don’t I know? :)
Enjoying groovy dreams come true,