I was just playing with paint after cruising Pinterest looking for inspiration - I'm always trying to challenge myself, to stretch my wings farther than I ever thought they could go. I'd seen a yellow and white page that made me think I hadn't used this colour enough, and another page which had a lot of scribbles which appealed to me.
Then I got to thinking - but at sunset these "ways" (which in my mind involved paths through trees) would be getting a bit dark and threatening ... and I didn't feel brave about doing that. When you're disabled you tend to live cautiously, fearfully, and you probably don't take many risks. A voice in my head was SHOUTING at this point that I might as well go home then if I was prepared to risk nothing ... which is when I added the words "and I will not be afraid". It seem to me that, if this was my path to walk, then for good or ill I should set my feet upon it.
I added more tree branches, a face and a few more winding wormholes, and the thing seemed complete without all the dots and doodles I often love to use. Some grey shadows made it look more complete.
Its also the first page which has made me think that I might reproduce it on a larger board or canvas, as a finished artwork rather than an experimental piece.