Wow! What a winter it has been in northwest Ohio! This past week, sub-zero temps--coupled with extremely high winds and scads of snow--have kept me from photographing much outdoors (These pics were taken on a particularly "good" day last week. I think it may have been six degrees outdoors at the time!).
Straying from my routines gives me a sense of being adrift. Interestingly enough, I somewhat like it...
Sure, I've got a few dreams I (someday) aspire to achieve. Nevertheless, as I've moved away from this whole "five-year plan" stuff, I find I'm going it day-by-day (moment-by-moment, actually). I'm letting my wise inner knowledge lead me as it deems fit.
Yes, it feels a bit foreign to someone who has always adhered to strict action plans to get her where she wants to go. Adrift, however, carries with it a feeling of freedom, though. Plus, there's the knowledge that my inner wisdom isn't going to cast me astray--which is remarkably reassuring...
Turtleneck: L.L. Bean
Lambswool Cardigan: No Brand
Slacks: Evan Picone
Booties: Mountain Lake
Gloves: Aris (vintage + consigned)
Bracelet: Tiffany (vintage via Etsy)
Handbag: Vera Bradley
Pendant: Unknown brand--bought from a co-worker having a jewelry party
Ever feel somewhat adrift? How's that working for you? Would relish hearing about it!
Joy and peace, T.