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Monday, January 04, 2021


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Barbara H.

This sounds like a great idea, Linda, though it means less for us it means so much more for you. I always have great plans for what I will accomplish in the winter months but find it hard to stick to those tasks, so I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. It will feed your soul.


Sounds like a great winter plan! No one would chide me for neglecting my drawing, but last year I did do a self-reflection workbook that has lots of blank space for words or art, and I had a great time playing with drawing and painting and working parts of my brain that I don't typically use. I don't produce anything I would share, but it works for me.

Lisa at Greenbow

I like this garden page. It has words too. That is so you. I will look forward to your Tuesday posts.

Stephanie O'Neal

I'm so glad you are going to take the time to get back to something you love to do. I will look forward to Tuesdays. And love the book recommendations!

Kris P

It's important to make time for the things you love and I've no doubt that taking deliberate action to do just that will make it a happier year for you, Linda. I hope you'll share some of your visual creations on occasion too.

Linda Brazill

Thanks to all of you for the positive response. Now I just have to do it!

danger garden

How wonderful, this is a great resolution. I keep saying that I'm going to cut back on the blobging but then I end up right back there at 5x week...

Susie at pbmGarden

Cheering your decision to draw. Hope it nurtures you this winter.

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