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Upon my retirement over five years ago, my time has been mine to manage. When I think “I’d rather be…” I have to say “…and what/who is stopping me?” As I scrolled through my ever-expanding email inbox this morning, I … Continue reading
This week’s photo challenge is wide open for personal interpretation. We are to select a photo that portrays reward for effort; whatever that effort might have been. There are many tokens I have received over the years, but so what? … Continue reading
Yellow is one of three primary colors on the spectrum. Combine it with blue and you have shades of green, do the same with red and the many nuances of orange appear. Though gold doesn’t blend as yellow can, it … Continue reading
There are many things I’ve done successfully which required effort, courage and/or skill. Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, 45 year marriage (through better and worse, in sickness and in health) a 30 year career, a home to live in and a … Continue reading
Mornings are cold now and a fire in the wood stove takes the nip and dampness out of the air. Coffee fuels me as I finish a drawing that will be one of the illustrations in my short story Studebaker.
Everything in nature is perfect, even though it may not appear so to the human eye. What I want to do with my drawings is transform a flat surface, using color and texture, so that my subject appears three dimensional. … Continue reading