I was asked to be a judge in this year’s George Putz Memorial Writing Contest with the Shawano school district.
A few minutes ago I sent a couple texts to my siblings wishing them a Happy National Siblings Day. Funny, that. I never thought I would have any.
There are things I don’t love about being a full-time artist. Of course, I don’t really talk about them because HELLO being a full-time artist is so cool I can’t believe I’m actually doing it.
I’m just no fan of flat paintings. As I’ve experimented with mixed media more and more, I like the depth that layers and layers provide.
The older I get, the more I realize how very different our individual paths in life are. You can be born with the same parents, raised in the same household, and yet your life will be wildly different than that of your siblings.
I believe in joy. Truly. I believe in finding peace in your soul so that no one can take it away from you, no matter what your circumstances.
And we have a winner!
Today is the 50th anniversary of Mister Rogers Neighborhood.
I’m a thinker. An introvert. While others sometimes quickly accept things, I need to give it some thought, decide how I feel, and then move on. I react this way to just about everything, which is probably both good and bad. So when it comes to 2017, that year that passed two weeks ago already, […]
I know many, many good men.