Mellow Yellow: March 2022
I apologize for the lack of posts for the past week and a half. I was having issues with the website, I also had a friend in New York, and then war was waged on Ukraine by Russia. Every time I think there is a light at the end of the tunnel, something else happens. Someone once told me it’s hard to be creative on command. It’s also hard to be creative when you’re depressed over the state of the world but I’m going to try to get back on track.
I posted this in my Instagram Stories last week and it seemed to resonate with people so I’m posting here too. A friend said that if we completely stopped our lives every time something bad happened lately, we’d never leave the house. While it’s hard to balance working and living life during tragedies, it’s something that has to happen and will allow us to donate and help others.
Claude Monet’s dining room at Giverny.
Photo of daffodils on East 72nd Street by me.
Quotes created by me.
Photo by me.
Hotel Chevalier by Wes Anderson
Fox in a field of daffodils from @winterthurmuse.
Design by David Hicks.
Emily in Paris