Thursday, February 23, 2012

Getting My Groove Back



Have you ever felt like you have lost your way?  I have.
Brenda has been talking about being authentic this past week and she
really hit a cord with me.



I'm not sure how it happened, and the how is not important ~ but
I have lost my authentic self.  So I have been focusing this week on getting her 
back.



I'm just letting my creative spirit flow.  I'm taking pics and posting
about whatever interests me at the moment.  I'll just throw lots of ideas out
there and see what sticks.  



I hope that you will join me on this creative adventure.  You are welcome
to critique.  



So let's just have fun and savor all that life has to offer.
Let's put on some fun music and dance like no one is watching.



Come join me and watch me get my groove back.

Bentley ~ I don't think you have ever lost your groove.
What's your secret?

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

15 comments:

  1. i think we all lose are groove between Christmas and spring...or least I do! are u and Bentley dancing right now? I have a vision!!

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  2. I love what I see. So happy you're finding your way.

    - The Tablescaper

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  3. This time of year, can be long. Perhaps that's why you can feel like you lost your authentic self.

    Whatever the reason, it's always Wise and Wonderful to seek to get our-own-groove back. May we all succeed!

    Gentle hugs,
    "Auntie"
    "The only stupid thing about words is the spelling of them." ~Laura Ingalls Wilder

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  4. Susan I feel a bit like i've lost my groove also. I think your idea is perfect.

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  5. I think you have a good idea. Brenda's writing has a way of making us open up our hearts as well. I hope you get your groove back...I'm sure you haven't lost it completely.

    XO,
    Jane

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  6. I totally understand, Susan!! I had been feeling that way, too for the past several days, but I called it my "mental fog". I guess I just feel a little lost, plus we have had several foggy mornings here where I live. I posted about it the other day on my blog. Sometimes we just need a break to collect our thoughts and rest. I really like the blueware pictures you posted!!

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  7. You seem pretty "Groovy" to me! I like your idea of putting on some music and dancing! How about some Aretha and find your "Natural Woman"!!!
    XO Cindy

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  8. Love your pretty header, Susan...you'll get your groove back with that music!

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  9. You just can't go wrong with Martha and The Vandellas! Maybe it is just the winter blues, dear sister? I am sorry I have not been writing much, just on the road with my Dad and getting him better. Miss you :(
    xoxo
    Me

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  10. Yay for you and your groove dearest Susan:-}

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  11. Wait I thought that Stella got Her groove back. So glad that you did too!

    Enjoy the grove sister!
    Leann

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  12. I like your photos, especially the one of the hats. I'd say you're getting your groove back. I wish I were in a groove. I've been in a rut since Christmas.

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  13. I like this post,it all looks in the groove to me.
    x jeanetteann

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  14. Susan, I hope everything is OK! I hope Bentley can help you find your groove, but in the meantime, I must say that I love your umbrella stand. It is so pretty!

    xo,
    RJ

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  15. Do you think it has anything to do with the post-Christmas Yukkies? I got the yuks every year. My get-up-and-go is lost and I'm not being very productive.... Living in the Pacific Northwest doesn't help. It's really cold and gloomy right now.

    Love you pictures and glad to know you're groovy again......

    Huggies,
    Spencer

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