Author Archives: marie

Any worthwhile journey…

I accept challenges as part of any worthwhile journey.

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Is it: Kind? Necessary? True?

The other day I was walking my dog in the neighborhood hills where I live. A woman I didn’t know stopped me and said “I see you walking a lot, and I remember you had a different dog, a black and white one.” I said “yes, she passed away 20 months ago.” The woman said […]

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Happy!

A happy body generates happy thoughts. I keep moving.

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It’s Your Time!

It’s your dream. It’s your time. Get started.

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Grace, It’s Amazing and Everywhere!

By definition, grace is kindness, favor, goodwill, or fortune. What it’s not is luck. I was visiting family in Milwaukee, WI over the 4th of July holiday. It’s a beautiful time in the Midwest with impromptu rain showers while the sun is shining. The effect of this is lush green grass, beautiful flowers, and balmy […]

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DIY for Greater Satisfaction

From you, the people who keep my spirit alive every day I’ve learned that nobody cares like I do so I practice DIY (DO IT YOURSELF) whenever possible. True Story: Having recently had the exterior of my house painted the painters called out an area to me where the roof tiles were coming loose from […]

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Shake it Off!

One of the many things I learned from my dog…don’t like something…shake it off.

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Persist

Stay the course; you will succeed beyond expectations.

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Remarkable

To produce a good amount of quality work you have to produce a large quantity that is unremarkable. Ask any artist, writer, salesperson, business person…

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Why Art?

Art exists to inspire, to move, to educate, and to excite.  

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