Category Archives: Do the Work

A Generation – a musing

I was thinking about generations yesterday as most of the country observed Martin Luther King Jr Day. My parents’ generation (and mine were on the younger side of it) – The greatest generation – born in the depression, fought and … Continue reading

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Sunday Off

I had breakfast and then drove home the long way through Chatham, enjoying the sun even if it was in the teens. Felt warmer. Stopped for gas at the Stewarts in Chatham and cleaned my windshields and put the end … Continue reading

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Today I Rise

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The inner game

Forget shoulds and experience is. — W. Timothy Gallwey Great letter from Sara Genn about the inner game of art. Let your muscle memory do the technical heavy lifting. Think of your practiced, mastered skills as an insurance policy against … Continue reading

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What to read? What to read?

Mom and I like to order from Dover Books now and again. Often she’ll want coloring books, bookmarks and such and I’ll look through the catalogue and fill in the order with things to give us free shipping or use … Continue reading

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