Prognosis.

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“Is something wrong with you?” he asked. His head was cocked to the side and he had a crooked, sort of sly, grin across his lips. “No.” I tried to ignore him. He leaned in, way to close for me to comfortably keep reading my book. Head on my chest, he waited a moment, turned… Continue reading Prognosis.

Art Shares.

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POST 5 OF 10 IN JULY 2021 SERIES -(STOP)- THIS WAS A FULL DAY WITH LOTS OF LOVELY PEOPLE – (STOP) – MY HEART IS FULL BUT I AM OUT OF WORDS – (STOP) – PLEASE ENJOY THE ENCLOSED THREE VIDEOS OF ART THAT PEOPLE HAVE SHARED WITH ME THIS WEEK -(STOP)- HAVE A LOVELY… Continue reading Art Shares.

Home.

Post 4 of 10 in the “July ’21” series. Cycle day 25. Today I did not make my usual two-page notebook spread that keeps my brain in order. I noticed that last Tuesday I also skipped a day. I think I slept in both days, skipping most of my morning rituals. I *might* have stayed… Continue reading Home.

Answers.

Kidding. No answers coming this way. Just like there were no questions in yesterday’s post, despite the title. Today I’m covering the art of making mistakes. It turns out there is wisdom in the writer’s advice to create a title AFTER writing a piece. My tired and then-discouraged husband had entered the room on the… Continue reading Answers.

Questions.

Post 2 of 10. “July ’21” series. Todays art is about observing beautiful biology and percussion safety. I’m going to start including some other fun tidbits that might make a few of you run away. Here’s the deal, though. After fighting depression head on for over 10 years, and feeling the fallout of not managing… Continue reading Questions.