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Come drink from my well.

It is full at the moment.

Next year may bring rains, it may be dry—we share the abundance we have as we have it and no one goes without.

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  • Glen - August 5, 2017 - 11:46 pm

    Your soulful words have blasted me out of my doldrums on this very windy, wet, grey winter’s day in Melbourne. Powerful words, beautiful painting – we need more Dreamas in this world. thank you for sharing your wisdom.ReplyCancel

  • Etta Yeary - August 5, 2017 - 7:23 am

    Breathtaking scenery, painting, and words……..Dreama, it’s amazing how you see, do, and say and share all the joy your feeling at the moment to others so they can feel it too!!! Time after time……..it’s a wonderful wonderful gift you have and share!!!!! Thank you…..ReplyCancel

This truth is evident for all forms of creativity.
Don’t ‘save’ the dress, the canvas, the vintage dinnerware or the handmade journal.

Use them each day to fully express that day of living.

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  • Kim Pagano - July 10, 2017 - 11:18 am

    Yes! I do the same thing. Heaven forbid that I should make an ugly drawing or say something someone would think was stupid. I also tend to be negative. How do you keep it positive. I read your stuff Dreama and think, “why don’t I think like that?”ReplyCancel

  • Nancy Robinson - July 9, 2017 - 8:32 am

    Dreama your journal is beautiful . What a beautiful way to “stand still withbeauty” .ReplyCancel

  • Nancy G - July 8, 2017 - 7:45 am

    Love your watercolor journal pages! I wish you would do a course in painting with watercolor! I’m not able to do oils although I love what they look like. I signed up for your first course and tried doing them in watercolor… they did not work out but I still enjoyed the course. Love your style and share similar life philosophy. Spent three weeks in France last year and loved every minute of it, sketched while I was in Monet’s garden so that I could paint it later.

    Thank you for sharing your talent with travels. I look forward to more!ReplyCancel

  • Brinda - July 8, 2017 - 6:28 am

    My day started with the thoughts ….Every small step in the right direction makes a big difference…Really glad to read your blog dreama …ReplyCancel

Little things leave a trail of peace. This watercolor in my journal was one of those irresistible moments that beckoned me to trace its beauty with the rhythm of a line. A tiny moment that expanded itself and grew large. My coffee cooled and my dessert waited.

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  • Lane Witthoefft - August 7, 2016 - 6:24 pm

    Hi, Dreama! I am so excited to learn how I can purchase your on-line class–just in case I don’t win the “free one” 🙂 I have tried to fin the cost, which I thought we would get when we signed up for the drawing, but I must have misunderstood. Can you give me a litle more information about your classes, or do we need to wait for the drawing?ReplyCancel

  • Rhema Shepardson - August 2, 2016 - 5:41 pm

    Dreama, this is so powerful and wonderful all at the same time!ReplyCancel

Question of the day: Are you a dangerous dreamer??

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  • June - February 16, 2015 - 12:38 pm

    I love this painting, Dreama. It takes me right back to the time we were in France and Italy, loving every moment, wishing I could stay longer, and even while there, I found myself already dreaming of returning.

    I love those musings by DH Lawrence about the difference between nighttime dreamers and daytime dreamers. I think I am more of a daytime dreamer … I see things so much clearer in my daydreams – even though my mind is wandering here, there and everywhere (if that makes any sense!)…daydreaming is, for me, akin to a stream of consciousness. It’s that way with my journalling, too – or, as I sometimes refer to it, journey-aling.

    Looking forward to seeing more happy faces on all your happy artists in your workshops in sunny and warm (and most likely, completely snow-less) Florida.:)

    Here’s to sunshine, creativity and dangerous dreaming. 🙂ReplyCancel