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Conviction of Life Changes

“My plans are a jumble for now, but I do know certain things that I will and will not do. I will not file fabric samples again. I will not haul television sets or sweep tinsel from the floors of … Continue reading

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70 Million by Hold Your Horses

For no other reason other than the wit and humor. It reminds me a bit of “Be Kind, Rewind.”

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You’re A Pretty Piece of Pizza!

On my way home today, I saw my friend walking that I haven’t seen since college. So I swooped her up and brought her home, put us in ponchos, made dinner, chatted over some British tea and let her curate … Continue reading

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Passage from “What Is the What”

“‘Four hundred years after Christ, a believer named Augustine lived in North Africa. He had experienced misfortunes, the death of his loved ones. One day he was able to say to Christ: ‘Light of my heart, do not let my … Continue reading

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Books!

“Number one: Do you know why books such as this are so important? Because they have quality. And what does the word quality mean? To me it means texture. This book has pores. It has features. This book can go … Continue reading

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Sandbox Wonderland

Sandbox Wonderland.

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Introduction To Underpainting

For those of you who don’t know what underpainting is, it’s a technique that most formal painters learn when painting landscapes, portraits and other realistic art pieces. In general, it’s the first draft of a painting, after the background. Usually, … Continue reading

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