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Last Year’s Journal Entries

Last Year’s Journal Entries

Looking back over last year’s journal entries and blog posts, I was blissfully UNAWARE of what was barreling our way.* Doug wasn’t.  He bought the last gallon of hand sanitizer in the  drug store, and ordered masks and gloves by the end of January February 2020 Then,...

Journaling with a Paintbrush

Journaling with a Paintbrush

  Happy memories make good subjects for my paintings --Sometimes, I can't describe them with words.  My paintbrush can be as effective a journaling tool for capturing a happy time, as my pen and notebook. A favorite place from my memories is Joanne Scott's studio...

A Punctured Christmas Present

A Punctured Christmas Present

The Christmas Present We Didn't Relish Giving For Christmas, we gave each other  a joint present-- four new tires, because our former tires were each dry-rotted! So, when the dashboard informed me a tire was leaky, I was surprised— and annoyed.  For, I was headed to a...

Leap Year and Its Lessons

Leap Year and Its Lessons

Leap Year 2020 As March begins in a Leap Year, one of my doodles reminded me I had NO idea what March 2020’s Leap Year would bring.  On March the ninth, a Monday,  I noted in my 2020 journal:  Tensions about the virus; it affects older people —US.  Seriously —on ...

Because I Don’t Know What to Say

Because I Don’t Know What to Say

Because, more often than not in these times, I don’t know what to say, my thoughts can feel like dense fog — groping for understanding.  This fog might explain  why often I am at a loss for words.    Bottom line, honest to Pete: I don’t know what to say when people...

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