Nobody’s business

I grew up pretty much as everybody else grows up and one day seven years ago found myself saying to myself–I can’t live where I want to–I can’t do what I want to–I can’t even say what I want to. School and things that painters have taught me even keep me from painting as I want to. I decided I was a very stupid fool not to at least paint as I wanted to and say what I wanted to when I painted as that seemed to be the only thing I could do that didn’t concern anybody but myself–that was nobody’s business but my own.
Georgia O’Keeffe