Thoughts on 2015
As I open the door of the studio to what it will be my last printing job of the year, I feel a very strong feeling in my heart, a good one.
It made me stop and think what a roller coaster this year was. But what an amazing one.
And it is exactly like a roller coaster, you fear it so-much, and then when you decide to get in and fasten your seat belt and go, it’s pure adrenaline, and at the end you can’t help yourself but laughing, and feeling so much joy!
Looking around is crazy. Not even 3 years ago I thought any of these would be possible. Quitting my previous career, starting something completely new, sharing a studio with two super creative peeps. It’s almost too good to be true.
Looking back I’m happy the year is almost over. None of these came easy or for free. I am exausted. I worked my arse off, as my friend D usually says. I lost many things, I gained a bunch of others. I’m happy that even in the middle of the tornado I could treat people with consideration and respect, even though I know there are some folks out there who misinterpret things and will never give me the opportunity to know what it was. I’m learning to accept this.
I’m excited for the new year. I can’t wait to see what is in store for us.
And I thank you all for being a supporter, and for following this adventure with me.
Yours truly, Lu