When we reckon we’ve landed on tough times we often allow our roots go deep.
When nourishment isn’t abundant we may draw on the strength we never realized we had.
We all have those deep pockets of resourcefulness we never thought we would tap into — until circumstances moved us to discover otherwise.
One year, when the rain god lost interest or went to do battle within other realms the townsfolk once again saw no clouds forming on the horizon.
But they were sorted.
I reckon the moral of the story was, “don’t wait, do!”
When help arrives, at least you started!
This doodle remains one of my personal favorites.
I use it to remind me that a creative process is largely dependent on groundwork.
Start “doing” without “feeling” it.
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