In a time of chaos, there is peace.

In the midst of chaos, I’m missioned to find at least one positive thing lost in a world of what seems to me, “Gone mad”.  

The little angels who were beckoned last Friday in Connecticut are an example of the chaos I speak of.

My heart aches for the families.

Has life always been this crazy or am I just now waking up? If in truth it is the latter, then I will say I was in a rather deep somber my entire life.  

Being a sensitive human being, I have the curse (or blessing) of wearing anothers shoes.  I’ve felt others pain, perhaps it’s knowing my own pain therefore we share common ground.  

I care.

Overstimulation has stifled as such, but learning to block out the noise and wear my own shoes for a while is a lesson of comforting oneself. I’ve hidden out in my safe haven for a long time but it’s time to come out.

I’m going to be the change.

The flow of creative energy is approaching her cycle once again.  

In 5 weeks, I will be 5 years in healing.  I could say I’ve been waking up for approximately 1785 days.  In this time I have blossomed and I have failed immensely but have picked myself up and continue to start over and thinking to myself I’m recreating a new wheel of life.  Everything is in circles… cycles… blah blah blah.  I guess that’s good as it repeats itself and never ends.  If everything were in a straight line, then there would be

a beginning and an end.

I miss my brother very much, it’s hard to believe it’s been 1795 days since we were together.

He was a funny guy, I miss him every single day.

This is a new cycle and with perseverance, it’s going to be a meaningful one.  

So letting the good escape from my worn hands, my soft heart and wide open mind, I share with you pieces of thoughts, feelings, experiences through my craft, things that are inspired by love, kindness and life. 

December 1st we had a trunk show at Grace Jr. in downtown Chico. It was beautiful meeting the wonderful women who wear Creek jewelry. 

You are the reason why I do what I do and I love knowing that we are from the same cloth. 

I smile for you.

Thank you for following me, your feedback and telling me I need to blog more.

 I will try!













4 thoughts on “In a time of chaos, there is peace.

  1. Your sweet sensitivity touches my heart Cindy! Your beautiful work comes forth to heal.
    A quote from Rose Kennedy….”It has been said, ‘time heals all wounds.’ I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone.”
    For some reason, I find this comforting. So thankful for the artists I know, the creativity comes from all of these life experiences.
    May you find comfort Cindy, your friends & family are so fortunate to know and love you!
    With warmth and a hug for the season….Deb

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