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Today is Remembrance Day. I write about this almost every year. I think I have said what I can say. Enter “Remembrance Day” in my blog’s search engine and you’ll find those past posts. If you’ve been reading the blog carefully, or even casually, you all know this about me: I’m anti-war, I pro-soldiers, I’m […]
What can you do when your favorite TV shows disappear? Nothing, unless you own a television studio. The rest of us have to live with the reality that characters we loved spending time with are no more. Obviously this bothers me a lot because I write about it every so often when it bubbles up […]
A page from one of my post-cataract surgery green-lined journals. Brush pen and watercolor.
I have been greedy for books my whole life! As early as two years of age I remember coveting books. Adults had books. Adults could peer into a book and pull something out of it. I didn’t yet know what reading was called, but I saw the results—people communicating by deriving messages from the pages […]
I tend to work in a series and this was item three in a series this spring that started with the image I posted in September 16th’s blog post. The second image in the series was the image in Monday’s blog post. What Do They Have in Common That Holds Them […]
If you’ve spent any time with me in the past year you’ll know that I’m preoccupied with villains. In the waiting room at the eye doctor recently I jotted down this conversation I had with Dick. His response was inflected like a question…
Don’t worry, I still have my braids. It helps to get a second opinion.
Sometimes the hand zigs when you want it to zag and something odd, like a dictator’s stare, seems like an intentional message from our subconscious.
Today’s image has nothing to do with Memorial Day. I simply like to post a sketch with each blog post. I have written a post on Memorial Day pretty much every year I’ve had the blog. I think I’ve covered what I need to say about Memorial Day. I have a lot to be grateful […]