you do not see them even
as you are passing through.
We just landed back in reality. I know this for a fact because I just finished a pile of laundry and found sand in the lint trap. I fell head-over-heals in love with Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. The city had me simply at the color of its brilliant blue cobblestone streets and spectacular doors. Yes, the doors. Of course there were amazing chapels, castles, rain forests, unique birds and endless natural wonders… But first, let me show a few doorways and the project they inspired.
“You must not for one instant give up the effort to build a new lives for yourselves.
Creativity means to push open the heavy, groaning doorway to life.”
-Daisaku Ikeda quote
My first night home and I was busy creating something for our front door: a driftwood wreath! I started with a store purchased form and wrapped it in strips of burlap. I used small driftwood pieces to create a wreath using a glue gun to attach each piece. I had a stash of driftwood. If you are looking to purchase driftwood, there are several options on Etsy.
Soon I will be back to show you the natural wonders of Puerto Rico.
I hope the spring season is a doorway to new beauty in your life!