I can feel it begin to creep in. The edge of unharnessed energy. Tucked away, with no outlet at the present moment.
This is a great sign!
Its telling me, all those yellow flowers decorating the house…..have done their part in helping me recover.
And lets not forget my wonderful family and friends who’ve jumped right in and are graciously helping me out. Including buying the flowers!
I do love warm yellow flowers, especially roses. The gentle delicate washes of topaz and amber yellow sunrises….stop me. Every time.
My preference is for Warm Yellow’s inviting embrace and I’m not as, enthralled with Lemon Yellow’s edge of aloofness.
My favorite Yellow paint is in fact Daniel Smith Naples Yellow.
So warm. Gorgeous. You really ought to try this color out.
Its on my List of Must Have Paints, at all times.
I’m sure its an art form of Vitamin D, don’t you think?!
Yellow, Color Therapy
Since I’ve been laid up with the hip tear surgery, I’ve been using lots of pain management strategies.
Point, smile, “please, thank you” are working well.
$1 a task for the grandchildren works on occasion. I might have to up the ante though.
Times… they are a’changing.
Color Therapy has been another helpful strategy.
Even in bed or sitting I’m finding ways to immerse myself in lovely colors that are uplifting. Colors, that make me feel better, that make me smile.
Warm Yellow works for me very well.
And not a secret to you, so does cobalt teal blue.
Yellow is noted to be a color that is linked to: joy, cheerfulness, mental clarity, speaking, writing, visualization, curiosity, learning. Dark, warm yellow is ‘said to’ assist wellness and healing of nerve pain.
I can believe it.
I’m feeling uplifted already. Chirpy, Too!