Life in Sisters continues to unfold its gifts in unexpected ways. I’ve been consciously not filling my schedule and savoring the weather, the breeze, the house, the sights, the easy, slower way of being.

It feels so, so good. I’ve dipped my toes back into work, and it has felt wonderful diving into all the creative ideas that have been beckoning for so long. Ahhhh.

 

 

The other day I felt the strangest sensation of remembrance. We were getting ready to head out for our friend (Sky’s) birthday gathering. I was wrapping up a couple of gifts, and my heart felt SO light with kindness and ease. It felt like an unburdened version of myself was emerging again, like an earlier version of myself when everything felt a bit more carefree, before layers of stuff and stress and expectations were crowding out my light.

It was fleeting but it was a surprising glimpse into myself that I didn’t realize I was missing. Felt really, really good.

 

 

Here’s to slowing it all down so that we can see ourselves and our lives with more lightness of heart.

Big Love, Kelly Rae

Hi, I'm Kelly Rae Roberts!

Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my whispers and started playing with paint and everything changed. Now I’m a full-time artist, author and Possibilitarian, who helps women explore their creativity, nourish their souls and build a thriving creative business.

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