I didn’t do much in the styling of this picture. There’s much more to it than the legos that were put together. This is what it looks like when I’m functioning with anxiety and depression all while trying to seem like everything is OK. I tried to do some editing and even like the grainy vintage effect that I was able to achieve. The complimentary palette almost translates Harry Potter but not quite.
Today, started early. I had planned on getting so much done but then kiddos woke up. Super glad that the hubby pushed to take me to a fundraising event that supports the local pagan community but also where the kindred had a booth. It was awesome sitting there talking with everyone and I learned so much in so little time about Norse beliefs and ways. I also walked away with two goals for myself. One is a little more difficult than the other but those are for a late post.
This morning I completed a small goal of building the lego set that my husband purchased. I zone all the stress and anxiety out. I put my earbuds in that played an audiobook in my ears and my hands and eyes went to work. I decided I need larger sets that have more bricks and larger scale but the Harry Potter Aragog’s Lair was exactly what the doctor ordered and helped me prepare for the socializing that I did today.
The picture I took is a perfect example of how I feel at times so it’s symbolic to me.
I’m not going to write about the absolute meltdown I had when I got home in this post but I did take my photo project to work with me. I built this little Lego character, Wyldstyle, in just a minute or so and have been waiting for the perfect idea to hit. Doing this also made me realize how relaxing it was and helped me cope with anxiety. I wish I wasn’t so self-conscience about people watching what I’m doing but the overall image turned out great. Would this palette be considered complimentary?