Who knew confusion could be so lovely?
The first thing that came out of my mouth was 'whoa.' Which I guess would be a very articulate way of saying "Holy Cow That's So COOL!" Maybe we could add a 'DUDE' after that translation but I think that would be overkill. *smiles*Seriously I identified with this illustration quite strongly. Would I be admitting to being a sad puppy if I said it reminded me of how my brain thinks at times? Before I was diagnosed with AdHD I would find myself floating amongst confusion all the time and I'd have to concentrate to stay on my chosen path. And if I came to the crossroads of decision, trying to peer through that confusion just to find the signs was a difficult task indeed, even harder so when trying to read what they said!In truth It's still this way even with meds, just not as sever but I was just strongly reminded,when I first saw this pic, of how I used to feel and it made me realize how far I have come. Thank you for this unexpected gift.~ Lea
Thanks Rrramone and Lea for your encouraging comments! I'm usually a pretty focussed person, but there are a few of things like drinking [which I don't normally do alot of, but did the weekend I drew this] and dating that will mess up my focus, thus the inspiration for this post. It's heartwarming to hear that it was such a positive experience for you, Lea.
I love this kind of work, very nice. I want to do some too! Cool! :-DLike Lea, I have ADHD!
Not just this KIND of work, this work. Sweet.
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