Clump #53: Put up long-neglected picture.
Day 22 of the 30-day, 30-clump, 30-post challenge. This past week I have been laboring over some difficult, time-consuming clumps. Today’s was comparatively easy and satisfying … why did it take me so long?
I had seen the print in a store in Minnesota two summers ago. I had my younger daughter take a photo of it with her cell phone. Back home, I would occasionally ask her if she still had the picture; she’d show it to me, and I’d say, yeah, I do like it.
A year later, I went back to the store and it was still there (most likely not the same one). I finally bought it to go in the room I have been excavating this week. And there it sat and sat and sat … until today.
It took about ten minutes to overcome two years of inertia.
I love it because it reminds me of many family get togethers on a lake in Minnesota.
The question: “Why have I been depriving myself of this pleasure?” brought to mind a card I received from a friend who taught a Reiki class. She let us pick out and keep one tiny card from a small deck. This was the one I picked.
My accounting looks a little better now.