“Tomorrow Is Another Day”

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I’ve been experiencing writer’s block. Usually, when that happens I can easily shift my attention to my artwork. Guess what? I think I’m experiencing artist block as well.
I started painting a gorgeous little girl, with gorgeous blue eyes. But, when I was almost done, I couldn’t quite figure out if she was a girl or a woman? After my sister saw the painting, she said, “Mm! She’s a pretty woman!” So I took my brush and paint and just; well, you can see what I’ve done.

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Now I have a one eye woman/girl staring at me begging me to “Please finish me.” The famous quote from Gone With The Wind came to mind.
”… After all, tomorrow is another day.” ― Margaret Mitchell.
So I thought, why not invent my own version?

 

“Tomorrow, I’ll think of some way to paint this painting. “After all, tomorrow is another day.”
But tomorrow happened to be today. (Oh! That sound familiar too.)

So, as one of the officers from the Paralegal Eagles Club, I was invited to my school committee meeting. Well, it wasn’t mandatory, but I was looking forward to mingling with the elite crowd.

Guess what the new academic theme was?
“READY, SET, SOAR!” Are they kidding me? I’ve been ready and set ever since I started this journey. The only reason I have NOT been able to soar; yes, my butt has been dragging on the ground, is because of that disgusting Math pre-requisite.
So, during the open forum, I was tempted to raise my hand. “Excuse me, can you guys blackball the Math class for all the old folks who can’t seem to digest Math?”
But I guess, I wasn’t daring enough. Particularly after a glimpsed in the room, i had realized, the only table who sympathized with old folks was from the Paralegal club. Of course, along with half of the committee members. So I thought to myself, “At this point, a low profile would be wise.” I hope you understand what I mean.
Yes, after all, ” Tomorrow is another day.” But, since I’m not getting any younger, I better get back on track!

Meanwhile, help me solve this puzzle: “Is this a girl or a woman?”

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11 thoughts on ““Tomorrow Is Another Day”

    tejaswinimalik said:
    January 27, 2016 at 8:40 am

    Girl, in her tweens. :))

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    thelonelyauthorblog said:
    January 27, 2016 at 3:22 pm

    I loved this post. First, you are very talented. Writing and art. What can’t you do??? But what I found most interesting is you mentioned artist have writer’s block. I am so naive, I never imagined painters/artists suffered from that as well. This was a pleasure to read.

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      laughtermedicineforthesoul responded:
      January 27, 2016 at 4:04 pm

      Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it. Yes we do. In fact I started a drawing over a year ago, I was just inspired to finish it. And to answer your question, I’m horrible at marketing my products, I never think they’re good enough; is this the same for all artist?

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        thelonelyauthorblog said:
        January 27, 2016 at 4:08 pm

        I am afraid that is the same for all creative souls. I can’t tell you how many of my posts I HATE then I am shocked by the reaction. We are our own worst critics.

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        laughtermedicineforthesoul responded:
        January 27, 2016 at 4:14 pm

        That’s a relief! Thank you for sharing that with me. By the way you are an exceptionally, interesting, and excellent writer; I’m always looking forward to reading your new post.

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        thelonelyauthorblog said:
        January 27, 2016 at 4:15 pm

        Blushing like a fool. Thanks.

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    Karmughil Vannan said:
    January 27, 2016 at 9:01 pm

    I can definitely see that she’s 17 or 18. Don’t worry I’m with you. She’s a girl. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    Erica said:
    January 27, 2016 at 10:50 pm

    She looks like a girl……15 years to 20.

    Liked by 1 person

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