The next time you knock on my door with a question, and then release a diatribe on how you work shifts and have no time to do things, please don’t look down on me. I can tell from your tone of voice and the way you look at me, that you think I’m feckless, workshy and live off government handouts for me and my three children.
I padded down the long, winding corridors, my breath catching at the back of my throat while a bead of sweat ran down my temple. My 5 year old son had been in theater for 30 minutes. Now, finally he was in recovery, desperate to see his mother in this strange, groggy place.
As soon as I saw him I wrapped my arms around him and kissed his flushed cheeks. A general anesthetic will do that to you. I knew this. I’d seen it so many times before but it doesn’t stop the worry, the gnawing fear that something could go wrong.
I don’t know about you, but I always struggle with trying to come up with new and interesting colour combinations for my projects. Sometimes it feels like everyone’s already picked the best ones and you’re just regurgitating the same old thing.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. Colour is all around us, if only we open our eyes and look a little closer. It’s in the objects we surround ourselves with, our animals and wildlife and the nature that’s just outside our front door.
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