happy thursday friends!
well, the day is almost over and i still didn't get to craft it up like i planned
but i did get to put up a new inspirational/reminder print for anyone working their tail off trying to make something of themselves...


inspired by the tao te ching (translated by stephen mitchell) – one of my favorite books when i'm feeling like i need some direction. every chapter has such wisdom and i feel comfort in all of lao tzu's words. i really recommend the pocket version – so it can go anywhere with you!



hopefully blending it with some folk-style beauty will help bring the wisdom of lao tzu into 2011. crazy to think his words from 604 BC are still being put into practice – now that's some history.

oh and i almost forgot! can't wait to finish this project i'm working on...
it's going to be a ketubah! (traditional jewish wedding "agreement")



aggggg i can't wait – it's going to be be sooooo beautiful!
stay tuned to see the final piece...
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox

1 comment:

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