“Do what you can, where you are, with what you have.” Crucial words from a noted overachiever who was likely seeking balance within perfection. The words give permission to create, cultivate, to exist without being frantic about where you are, what you have or don’t have. The framed fabric and stitched words have been lost, but the phrase is ever with me.
When I cross-stitched those words onto cloth for a wall-hanging, I was learning, and I am still learning (because truths do not change), that there is always more to do than can be done. And doing my best is not always going to accomplish what I want my best to accomplish
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