While I've been seeking out all manner of information about blogging since creating Proof of My Existence, I came across an article discussing whether or not a blogger needs a niche, which I do not have and I doubt I'll ever have. The author said, "You definitely need a niche. And remember, nobody wants to … Continue reading Are Personal Bloggers “Whining”?
Anna C. Pishko, artist and art blogger of DrawingThrough.com recently mentioned, very nicely, that she’d like to see a snippet of my fledgling art therapy journal which I wrote about here: https://wp.me/p9aCpH-3re. I just can’t bring myself to do that because, so far, it’s pretty personal. I hadn’t envisioned myself sharing it. However, having gone … Continue reading First Sharing of Art
I'm ashamed to say that, as the years have rolled by, I haven't taken the time to walk around my neighborhood. Sure, I'm out and about all the time but always in the car to my way out of the neighborhood. One reason is that life simply goes by a lot faster than we think … Continue reading Re-Discovering My Neighborhood
I had already been on a course of self-discovery with the purpose of figuring out what I'm going to do now. Recently I turned 60 and since the mid-70s - yes, almost 50 years! - I have been doing virtually the same thing: performing. Although it might have looked like I was doing a ton … Continue reading Coronavirus Meets Reinvention
When my grandma was still alive, I used to go and stay at her house sometimes in the summer. I always slept in her room. Those summer nights, her bedroom was always filled with yellow light from the street lamp but it was filtered through her lace curtains. I would fall asleep looking at the … Continue reading Unpaid Coronavirus Holiday Art #2