I have heard this song for most of my life. The funny thing is that it has changed as I grow in experience and in age. When I was young, it was just an old person song from an old timey movie I had no interest in. As I grew and finally watched the movie, it made a little more sense...
Sometimes there are those moments when I wonder what the future holds for me. The future is like an unwritten page, a blank canvas on which the brushstrokes of destiny will appear. "Que sera, sera."
This simple phrase, cloaked in the softness of Spanish, carries a profound message. It reminds...
I always have such a hard time saying goodbye to my grandkids when they come to visit. It is the one thing that really challenges me, but I know that they are happy and healthy! So that gives me hope that we will be together again soon! Quote found on the internet
I used Rachel Jeffries...
For August Challenge #5 - Sketch
An Altered Portrait by Maya de Groot
Altered CutOuts Alpha by Maya de Groot
Artsy Fartsy by Maya De Groot
Flower Frenzy by Maya de Groot
Fresh is ... elements by Maya De Groot
Fresh is ... papers by Maya De Groot
The Writer by Maya de Groot
Join Cindy and discovery the amazing Artist Iris Scot!
I wanted explore the Art History Brush. I found a "Photoshop Magazine" with a explanation of it. So I turned a couple of photos into artwork
and used Karen Schulz "I love my dog"
For the creative photo editing challenge #5
I used the fantastic Circus Circus Clowning Collage Elements for Digital Scrapbooking by Lynn Grieveson and Circus Circus Mixed Media by Lynn Grieveson
Photo comes from Unsplash