A little cobblecloth to start. I took time out yesterday, to take this one, above, off the wall. Because as I caught a glimpse of it, I caught the opportunity to express a new aspect of Haven. Inspired by the group here and some previous thought about how there is always something moving through place. Making space for that makes it more.
Thought Catching. Thinking is unavoidable. But catching the thoughts is a habit. At this point, I can't help myself. I just do it, even in my sleep.
Thinking is who we are. Thoughts caught are a way to share that. To communicate. Art is the attempt to communicate. That is my simply take on it.
The attempt to communicate by giving external form to thought. So let's begin.
First, I want to say Thank You. I can already see that doing this will help me.
Next. I want to say something about the words underlined in red dots. You see them right? They are part of my thought catching process here. Because you see, this place is that. A Thought Catcher. And this series, even more so. I've only just begun really. If you hover with your mouse or click (depending on your device), you should see some information pop up that is related to a glossary entry that I need for my book and also a tool for me to develop my Spirit Cloth Language.. I am currently building that by just going. Eventually it might be quite grand. It relates to my own considerings and symbols and redefinitions... and grows out of my thought catching process. There is so much to gather. And I think each day after considering this and that I will add to these word references. And so it will evolve.
I chose Patchwork as a theme for this series. I want to catch some thoughts about that to begin... and I am interested in yours as well. I will share some of my reconsidering tomorrow. But for now, I'm curious, so what if I throw this question out there?
When you hear the word patchwork, what do you think of first? I think I thought of quilt before any reconsidering. Do you? I mean with out any deep thought. Patchwork. What does it bring to mind?