Little Muse-ings

Choose-A-Mood Marvins (Photo credit: S.T. Ranscht)

Sometimes I get distracted and I don’t even think about having a blog. (Am I the only person who reacts to that word with revulsion — “blog”? It looks like an Orc name and sounds like someone emptying their guts into an echo-y metal waste basket. It is possibly the ugliest word in the English language.)

Anyway, the question of Muses came up, and although I don’t consider myself beholden to a spirit beyond the vagaries of chance to motivate me to create in any medium, I’ve always had this awareness that the center of my core just enjoys creating things. But because I like to answer when someone asks, I looked around at some of the stuff I’ve collected during my lifetime — and enjoyed enough to display — to see if I could find that answer.

It came down to my Looney Tunes Marvins or my Lego Fawkes the Phoenix (whose wings are geared to rise and lower by crank in an amazingly realistic imitation of bird flight. Honestly, it is sooooo cool! Plus, his head, neck, wingtips, and tail can be posed to add a sense of his emotions.)

Fawkes the Phoenix (Photo credit: S.T. Ranscht

The Choose-A-Mood Marvins won this time, mainly because Fawkes the Phoenix leaves me awed by the engineering involved, and the Marvins tickle my fancy and make me laugh. Maybe when I get serious about reaching for something I fear is unattainable, I’ll turn to Fawkes. But until then — as GD Deckard has pointed out, there is to be

Image credit: S.T. Ranscht

Author: Sue Ranscht

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One thought on “Little Muse-ings”

  1. Yes, blog is an ugly word! Thank goodness it’s not just me! The echo-y wastebasket analogy totally works.

    I never considered myself a creative person, until I learned how to make soap. And then I found the joy of fragrance oils and how they conjured up images of shapes and colors to be made into soap. And then I realized that people I knew kind of inspired different kinds of soap for me. For instance, this person is extroverted and vivacious – an orange-y soap for them with a bright, spicy scent. That person is shy and quiet so a nice swirly soap with pale colors and a soft fragrance for them. It’s been kind of overwhelming actually! ❤ xoxox

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