Thursday 7 February 2013

Crayola Colour Mood…

Today my mood is changeable and the only colour that seemed apt to match with that is Wild Blue Yonder.

It is one of those colours that looks different depending on where you see it and how you feel when you look at it. Which is exactly how I’m feeling towards life at the moment. Changeable, or perhaps a little unsure.

For the first time in six years, I don’t have a uni deadline or an academic qualification to work towards. Yes, I have personal goals, but the very fact that they are self-enforced makes them different.

So I feel changeable. One day I am motivated, upbeat, eager to get on with what I’m doing, the next day I feel pensive, detached, daydreamy, lost in the wild blue yonder. It is flat and uninspiring, vast and full of possibility. It is my current Crayola Colour Mood, my current feeling, my current adventure.

Elloise Hopkins.


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