"Most forms of creative expression require specific tools, but if you were to take away the paintbrushes and the cameras, the loom, the guitar and the stage, you'd be left with a bunch of people who are compelled to act on their creative impulses. You are left with artists. I believe we are all artists at our core, all of us endlessly creative, using our lives as canvases, our imaginations as tools. We don't lose that innate creativity, but many of us repress it, weighed down by all the grownup responsibility adulthood brings. But with a camera, a pencil, a ball of yarn, we can make something out of nothing; dinner served with a flourish, a bed made with vintage linens, a garden border planted with tulips. We simply need to open our eyes and put some thought into the details. We are the curators of our lives - we decide what the look like." ~ Susannah Conway from the book This I Know
No words of mine are needed. Just an image, a little piece of my own heart, to go along with Susannah's words. But, tell me, friends, what are your reactions to her words?