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Lunch Napkin Art #2: Lovelier with Flowers

Dear readers, Our cafe likes to promote a warm “with-nature” feel as much as possible. The rest of the hospital does the same with a beautiful balance of wood and stone with steel and glass. Very Nebraska. We’ve even a … Continue reading

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Corny Crocheting: Sharty Attempt 1

Dear Readers, Another form of arts/crafts that I started a few years back was crocheting. I tried knitting, but that turned more stressful than relaxing. Turns out I have a better chance trying to control one needle than two. But … Continue reading

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Lunch Napkin Art Time

Dear Readers, I’ve really no excuse for the lack of posts, save for the usual: work’s kept me busy, tired by the time I’m home, blah blah blah… Not to mention the same unfinished painting has sat on my cheap-but-reliable … Continue reading

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Images in the Mind Cavity

Dear Readers, Have any of you, fellow visual beasts or not, gotten an image stuck in your brain that would not go away? It’s concept created after exposure to millions of experiences and images during the great egg timer we … Continue reading

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Art & World Cup Bandwagon-Jumping

Dear Readers, First off, hello!  I’ve missed you all!  I’ve left comments here and there for some, but unfortunately not all.  So so sorry.  My new Big Girl Job takes up a lot of energy and I just plop into … Continue reading

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Favorite Poetry

Dear Readers, I may still be a little absent here and there until my new job kind of acclimates itself.  Training orientations, accessing new accounts, the whole reporting in the morning thing…it’s a toughy.  But to let you know I … Continue reading

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That Feeling at That Moment in That Book

Dear Readers, I’m currently reading Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel, The Secret Garden.  It’s been on my Book Bucket List for years, ever since I watched the 1993 film version in my childhood.  I remember being mesmerized by the story of … Continue reading

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