I started a new job today. It felt good to be somewhere where I can have human interaction. I have loved getting to stay home everyday and play housewife (or Trophy Wife, as husband calls it) but with the combination of no vehicle, being very budget conscious right now and literally knowing one person here, it's made some things difficult. My response when turning in applications was overwhelming! Within a few days I had several job offers (and I only turned in several resumes!). I am thankful to be able to start right away.
As I was training today, I was working on a Valentine display. The lady that was helping me today, a kind and beautiful woman I am guessing is 70 years old, explained it to me this way: "there are no rules, just use things, and make them lovely." It seems like such a wonderful way to explaining creativity.
I think I have a lot to learn from this woman.
Have you ever been given a piece of advice from a stranger that meant so much?