I thank you God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes.
e. e. cummings
To an engineer, good enough means perfect. With an artist, there's no such thing as perfect.
I paint with shapes.
Such a challenge to share the joy and wonder of little miracles like interactive nightlights, divine guidance, and self-healing when the world seems to be far more interested in who will be the next American Idol.
Then again, the world I want to reach isn't represented in one perspective or viewing. So, I enjoy the changing scenery of Idols and Dancers, and celebrate the epiphanies within myself - and share with all who love discovery in the beauty of creation.
All is possible -- as such, the universe was created in a single note that, as yet, has not ceased to echo. The beauty in my nightlight connection is the opportunity to observe the Universe communicating in a most novel form: the flashing of light.
- Irony and Epiphany intersect. Behold wonder. Another day to play outside the lines and connect invisible dots. And why not? There are plenty of people to update me of the comings and goings on American Idol.
I sing with color, in praise of God/the creator who sees with the eye of the artist - there is no such thing as perfect - all is a wonder in creation.
- Divine spark of the day -- courtesy of the Eldon Taylor newsletter.
[In 1995, my roommate's cousins were in a car wreck. The cousin had her 2 small kids, ages 7 & 9, and her sister's son, with her in the car when it became air born. Mom and daughters
were catapulted into a huge tree, killing them instantly. The sister's son, age 7, however, was not injured. He went to the next house to get help. When asked what happened, he said, "2 big hands reached in and lifted me out and set me beside the road".]
- and so we are in a world of wonder... and - in joy - I wonder at my nightlights.