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May 27, 2005

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Oh my. I'm going back in time to your first posts and this is fascinating. It's amazing how far you've come and how much you've grown - in your blogging and in your art, drawing. You are such an inspiring artist and your blog is one of my favorite things!
So glad to "know" you and be part of your artistic journey! Thank you so much!
All the best,
Deborah

isn't is strange, me too, hadn't drawn in years and have just started again, now can't ever image stopping.

this is just lovely lovely

and many thanks for your comment

Thank you, EDM buddies Linda and Janey. I knew you'd understand.

That's an inspiring story. You should write it in the same journal and years from now you can read it and see where it all started (again). I find fear and inhibition come every time I think too much about what I'm drawing. As soon as I let go and let my hand take over, everything just seems to flow naturally. It's a lovely picture and as always I envy people who actually draw in a journal. My baby steps have sort of faltered in that direction of late.

All of these are beautiful. I know what you mean about the difference between drawing and making a painting, too, although I never thought of it that way. Thanks for putting that thought into words!

Thank you, M. It was bound to happen sooner or later.

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