Welcome to the first post in wednesdayWISDOM, a series of inspiration pieces to help you get your scrapping mojo on.
To start the ball rolling I have chosen an Oscar Wilde quote:
This quote has deep meaning in my life at this time.
Every morning I wake to the sound of the people busy working to maintain the parks and the beaches where I am staying and I am filled with gratitude for all that they do.
This quote brings to mind all people who do their work during the night.
Reflecting upon this quote, and using the Krafty Chic :: Petite Collection, I was inspired to take the photo of the beach depot at dawn and to create this layout.
From my personal journal on 12 March 2020:
Today I am thankful for all those who do their work whilst we are sleeping.
When I woke this morning the sun had not yet risen and for the hundredth time (at least!) I was appreciative of the man who runs the tractor each day.
Today was different though. It finally “dawned” on me that there are countless people who do their work in this world, all around us, whilst we are sleeping.
Many of them are directly involved in keeping us safe.
Many in keeping us alive and healing us when we are sick.
Many of them hold our hands as we leave this world.
This morning’s sky was an amazing tribute of colour to all these people who do their work while we sleep.
That in turn led to two sun and sunrise inspired element pieces that I threw together into a little FREEbie for you.
Updated 20 April 2021:
FREEbie downloads of this set are now finished. Thank you for your interest.
What is your response to this quote from Oscar Wilde? How does it make you feel? What thoughts are triggered when you read these words? I would love to know! Please post a comment here with a link to your layout, wherever it may be located, or send me a private message.
- All the quotes used have been sourced from the free online compendium of quotations at Wikiquote.org with gratitude.
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