I never really understood art journaling or why it was so popular. I was always inspired by the art that other people were creating but I always felt like putting it in a book or doing art for yourself was something I didn’t have time to do. Then I started just doing it. I still have so many regrets going through so many years and not creating or opening up that part of my mind, but I am coming more to terms with that regret and trying to focus more on going forward and enjoying this process, what I am learning and what I am creating. Some times my paintings are sad, which is the case in this one which I am calling “Lost.” What is amazing is once I was completed, those feelings were released. Art is my therapy!