There is something in my life – a trivial matter but it causes me some anxiety and, even though I know it really is unimportant it still plays on my mind and I spend far to much time mulling it over. It is almost becoming an obsession. I know because I keep thinking about it in a negative way I now see the problem far worse that it actually is. This is my note to myself that I just need to breathe and let go – concentrate on what I do that is good and worthwhile and stop stressing about things that don’t really matter.
There are lots of layers on this spread. Most of the images are from ‘free to use’ stuff from the web and the more I look at it the more I can see the significance of how all the images came together: the time piece and the two ladies because ‘the problem’ is historic, the two funny heads that can be one thing or another (two faced), the squawking crows; the word Snappy in the background, the pointing finger and the big scissors because I just need to cut myself off from that part of my life. The white bit in the centre of the first page is a metallic white paint I bought, it gives a nice glow and I’m telling myself it signifies the light at the end of the tunnel.
On the other hand I could just be reading far too much into a collection of random images I made and then gave a title to.
We’ll probably never know 🙂