Rituals

One of my favorite rituals is repainting my walking stick on my birthday. I never know what to expect until it’s finished

Last year’s design was one of the most simple ones I’ve ever done. Just feathers and a rambling path of dots. It felt right, for last year. This year’s design is a little bolder and brighter. There are still a few feathers and plenty of disconnected dots. And this feels right for now.

What are some of your favorite rituals?

4 thoughts on “Rituals

  1. How cool is that, Lisa! I love it! I guess a favorite for me is keeping a finished project ritual. I photograph my project, post a photo of my finish on Facebook, write it in my quilting/sewing journal, and IF it was actually planned, cross it off my ever-burgeoning to-do list in green highlighter. No doubt that’s a bit obsessive if me, but it increases my satisfaction and encourages me to face up to the NEXT thing.

  2. Hi Lisa, mine is to keep a project going all the time. When I’m close to finishing one, I make sure another is already thought out and started even if it’s just picking out fabric.

  3. Penny, your project ritual sounds fabulous, generous, celebratory not in the least obsessive! And as one of the recipients of two of your treasured projects, I am thrilled to know you have kept such a sacred chronicle.

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