Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer

Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer
And in the End was the Word, Amy's Word

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

What Would You Do For Your Mother?

When I was a little girl, my mother taught us to say "Rabbit Rabbit"  when we awoke the first day of the month.  It was an old pagan custom designed to bring in financial wealth.  I still say it occasionally.  Thinking of my mom, I recall riding in the back seat in the city of Rochester at night.  I thought, "If it meant saving my mother's life, I would walk around the whole city in the dark alone...I would brave it for her life."  This thought was prior to her shenanigans of selling me to her buddy.  I had a strong attachment to her.

If my mother knew something that was detrimental to a secret organization, I would not have allowed her to be waterboarded or tortured.  That is just me, and I have not endure aversion therapy regarding my emotions toward her.  I recall a book that I read, "My mother, myself."  The final sentence was, "I am my mother."  I don't believe that I am my mother.  I have many of her talents but I am not a fractal of her.  She is in the next dimension with me, though, and gives me encouragement.  She enjoys helping me with my art work.

For those that think my art is just craziness, I will tell you, it  most certainly is not.  The personal is the political (Carol Hanisch). My art has meaning.  It springs forth from my inner self and it is totally an expression of the sentiments of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  My art is a security blanket, as by its expression I violate no laws and keep my public emotions contained.  Thank-you so much, God.

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