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A New Day on My Creative Journey – More Lessons Learned


The older I get the less I seem to know, or perhaps it’s that I realize how much I still need or want to learn. I think the quest to learn and grow keeps us young. When we stop enquiring, investigating, creating, trying something new, we stagnate. So, here’s one thing I’ve learned this month. …

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A Place as Seen by a Woman in Love


Part poetry, part prose. This is actually a piece I wrote some months ago but it felt like the right one to post today. Hope you enjoy! A place as seen by a woman in love Fluid as mercury, yet hard as steel Powerful as the birth of a new star deep in the heavens …

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April Fools’ Haiku


I’m not one to normally participate in a daily writing challenges but this one from WORDPRESS intrigued me – write a poem every day for the month of April. Besides I haven’t blogged for over a month and I had committed to one post a month. Plus I do write poetry although lately my focus …

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Creating Realistic Goals for 2013


“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”  ― C.S. Lewis A belated Merry Christmas to my family, friends and fellow bloggers! Thank you for taking time, to read my posts about my artistic journey and other random life experiences. As I look back over the past year, I find …

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Who I am as an Artist


This summer I’ll be participating in three Saturday art shows (July 21, 28 and Aug 4) here in Bracebridge. Known as Art in the Heart (http://www.theheartofmuskoka.com/Play-ArtintheHeart2012.htm) and fashioned after the street art market in Quebec City (Rue du Trésor), emerging artists are allotted a space on Chancery Lane or along Manitoba Street in downtown Bracebridge …

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The Most Difficult Writing – A Eulogy for My Friend


In my post, The Case for a Gravestone (March 1, 2012), I write about the upcoming interment of my close friend Joyce’s ashes. As part of the service, I planned to share some thoughts about Joyce, our relationship, who she was and the impact  she had on the world. Weeks ago, I started thinking about …

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Cultivating Patience


Have patience with all things, But, first of all with yourself.  –  Saint Francis de Sales (Patron Saint of Writers and Journalists)  Such wise words, aren’t they? But are you like me – able to have abundant patience with others yet when it comes to you, it’s a different story? Two days ago, I finished …

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Dreams Never Die


Here it goes – my first blog. My heart rate racing, my mind hitting a blank wall. For at least two years I’ve thought about starting a blog but fear and the blank screen won out. Yet a constant niggling voice kept repeating in my head, “If you want to be a writer, you need to …

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