I have been receiving several messages lately telling me what I ought to do with my art. Â It got me thinking over the past few years of being online just how many people have offered me unsolicited, and at times seeming mean spirited, advice. Â You should know that even these e-mails center around the fact that I am free to do what I want in my journal. Â I usually listen to the advice then do what I want anyway.
Tragedy struck about 10 minutes into the show this week as Boy2 discovered a Japanese fishing float that my mother brought back from Hawaii 30 years ago. Â If you’re not familiar, these are glass balls made in Japan that break free from the fishing nets and float out to sea. Â Many of them float for dozens of years before washing ashore. Â He picked it up and tried to bounce it before anyone could get to him. Â It’s just stuff, though. Â We enjoyed it for a long time.
This week’s What’s On Your Easel Links:
- @inkiwellÂ http://yfrog.com/kipryjgj
- @DarcyWÂ http://art-and-sole.blogspot.com…
- @TheMightyJayÂ http://img.photobucket.com…
- @evelinetimelessÂ http://eveline-timeless.blogspot.com
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