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Many people can’t wrap their heads around the difference between the truth and fiction. I’m going to make it as simple as possible for you all. The truth means that what you say or what happens it completely known. For example, if the Toronto Raptors win 102-87 and is later asked upon the game, they […]
Speaking honestly, I wasn’t bothered about reading this book. I’d heard the hype and seen about the new film coming out for it, and thought – it’s not going to be as good as everyone says. So I didn’t make any effort to try and get it. My mother-in-law has it and said that I […]
~ Mostly I am related To unmellow yellows But occasionally? Outrageous orange Slips in the mix Yeah, obnoxious even That includes me too Though mostly I fall between the blues and grays Call me timberwolf wild Or his midnight hue Knowing some days though I was born to be scarlet red With a trace of […]
I will resolve the photos issue over the weekend. In the meantime, here are two poems for your delectation and an old photo of Primroses in our garden as we have lots in flower today despite the cold. I love this one for its understanding of loneliness. I love the writing of Naomi Shihab Nye. […]
As an artist, I am always looking for ways in which I can branch out more, something that will inspire both myself and others. I decided what a better way to do that with the chance to teach young minds to learn to paint themselves and get interested in a therapeutic and self-soothing fun pass time. […]
A Watercolor of a stream I did many years ago. It now hangs against my lovely cantaloupe colored walls in the kitchen.
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Green Green Grass, another painting on paper. The pictures don’t do the painting justice. Colours are much more vibrant in person. This one was done on paper using acrylic paints.