Son living in studio/office: I am at a stand still, yet it is good!

Please reply if you can relate to this: I have moved my kid’s bedrooms around because my son is moving off to college soon—therefore, my office is otherwise occupied. While the closet has been reorganized for clothes and office supplies, I, however,  have not been reorganized. I need my space to clear my thoughts and download my creativity. Instead, my adult child is downloading his last summer as a free person, still not responsible for much other than what he has already accomplished. And he has accomplished much, don’t get me wrong. So as his creativity grows while he pursues his summer learning program for Digipen, I relinquish my space. And during this time I watch as he creates while he studies his self lead program for the summer. And I am in awe of his learning, his sketches, his accomplishments. It is well worth the relinquishment of space. he is growing, moving on, and I will miss him.

So as Dillon completes 800 sketches this summer (self taught program for Digipen) before he even gets to his college of choice, I watch in amazement. He is challenging himself, and that warms my heart while I release my space to him.

Dillon is concentrating on observational drawing skills.

I am thrilled. The legacy I get to pass on is amazing, not of myself, but of a higher gifting. I am blessed!

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One thought on “Son living in studio/office: I am at a stand still, yet it is good!

  1. Yes, a great legacy and a wonderful son. This interlude of interruption will be a blip! You’re a terrific mom, Holly. Dillon is going to accomplish so much. What a Summer for all of you before he launches from the nest!

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