Tuesday, October 20, 2009

A Little Break...

Hello to you! I've made a little decision here. Lately, I've been feeling a lot like Picasso's cubed woman you see here... A bit disjointed, I'd say. Too much going on for me. I need to be more together, calm, organized, present, focused. I'm aiming for the feeling I get when I look at these images...So, my lovely friends, I've realized that I need to take a little break from my blog baby. I will be visiting all of you, finding so much inspiration, keeping up on your news, and loving your creativity. And I think I will be back, probably after the new year (which will be here before we know it... really). And maybe I'll pop in a few times before then, too. Thank you, thank you, thank you for visiting me here. I have so loved and appreciated all of your support!

Images: 1. Pablo Picasso, Femme Ecoudee au Drapeau from Pablo Picasso's Birthday Auction, 2. Verne at OWI, 3., 5. and 7. via Remodelista, 4. via beautiful Lori of Automatism, 6. via the amazing Emma.

18 comments:

laurabrownart said...

it is really hard to say two things at once, so i'll just say them one at a time: "nooooooooo!!" and "i can totally respect that, and i hope you have a wonderful, wonderful little rest from blogging. your totally inspiring posts will really be missed." see how calm that (second one) was? i'm a grown-up after all.

ticklishfromadistance said...

Liza. I am so sad. I will miss you so much! I hope you brain and soul rest up....fast. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox
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Kasia said...

Dear Liza,
I think I know the feeling. I'm there as well, almost... So all I want to say is: have a restful break. I'll be waiting for your come back. Until then, lots of hugs and warm thoughts.

Kasia

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Oh how I would love it if the inside of my head would look so clean and calm and white. My head, however, will never look like that inside. I am a cluttered person. Sigh.
Good luck with your calm period! I'll miss you and look forward to the new year! ox

Joyce said...

Liza I'm sad... sniff... sniff... but I understand I have been feeling like a chicken with my head cut off too. I think of you everytime I use my olive oil. smile... When you are back up and running let me know.

Enjoy and make it a golden one my friend. xoxo

Ritva said...

dear liza,
hope you have a good rest and enjoy your life!
come back when you feel like it,
we´ll be here waiting :)
hugs!

la ninja said...

wise move. not always easy to recognise the signs/one's needs.

all the best. sending calm thoughts your way (and this coming from a manic ninja, boo hoo ;)

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

I can understand ;) I'll wait !!! Have a sweet break !

MODsquad said...

I totally know how you feel. This blog thing can be a bit of a ball and chain in a sense. I've been having to shut the computer off during the day so I don't feel obligated to it. Ug! That is the last thing I want to feel about our blog.

Anyways, beautiful and calming photos! Love them!

Enjoy your holiday season! Look forward to seeing you again in the new year!

Happy MODwishes!

...Lisa

Blair said...

Oh, those images are fantastic. Especially love that casual dining space.

Ian said...

Well, at least you don't feel like Edvard Munch's The Scream.

henzy said...

i like the modern fireplace..
and the kids room..

Shokoofeh said...

Rest nicely dear Liza. We're here waiting for you.

xo

jane said...

hey liza- i´m going to miss you. enjoy your break and see you in the new year. besos! jane

The Lil Bee said...

Oh no! You know, I've been thinking about you lately and realized I hadn't heard from you or stopped by your blog in a long time. I suppose a newborn can do that to you! Well, I hope you are relaxing and getting what you need. Would love to see you back here soon. Happy holidays, friend!

My name is Erin. said...

I am sooo with you! Picasso's lady could easily be my self-portrait now as well. Enjoy your break, but hurry back, because I just found you via The Lil Bee. One of my favs.

I lived in Alaska for the summer in 2002. I suggest planning your trip for early to mid September. The bears are full and lazy, almost ready to hibernate, so maybe not as aggressive at in the Spring when they are hungry. That is not my professional analysis. Just an uneducated guess. But I CAN tell you that the Northern Lights are best viewed in the winter months, but really start being active in September, so you can see bears and miss out on the major winter weather. It starts snowing by end of September and continues until early May.

Loved your list! : )

Elizabeth said...

I absolutely hear you and have been there and back again myself. Treat yourself well during your blogging break! (By the way, found my way here from The Lil Bee)

red ticking said...

liza...
wishing you a joyous christmas.... relax and enjoy... and i am praying for snow when i land on the 21st!!! cannot wait... x pam

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