Entry: one a day Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Letters. I've been writing them. Since about December 27th or so, I have been writing a letter a day to an old or new friend. Often filled with random flotsam and jetsom, mundane details, and hopefully at least an ounce of joy, these letters are my whole hearted effort to regain the connections I used to have to magic people all over the country. Also, they keep me out of trouble. And the joy of these letters is that...

  • they've brought me back to the daily routine of writing something worth reading.
  • they've reminded me that I have old friends who are experts on the size of lemurs, community heroes in Sackville, New Brunswick, and fantastic people as well as artists.
  • they've further connected me with new friends who are modern day itinerant artists, people who made me smile every time I went through MARTA when I lived in Atlanta, and just wonderful people I met randomly.

    Not to ruin the surprise, but today's Letter of the Day is to this artist. We used to play show and tell at the art library, each of us opening our sketchbooks and smiling at what the other had drawn. Now I suppose a letter can share about the same thing...

    take care,


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    October 31, 2012   08:33 PM PDT
    Sharing is a great happiness! Every citizen and every family should play the advantages of collective learning, we open up, learn together, grow together!
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    July 13, 2011   04:59 AM PDT
    By realizing we have things in our lives that are worthy of thanks, it helps keep us from becoming mired down in self pity.
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    August 27, 2010   01:21 AM PDT
    Let Art Talk is an innovative and unique organization that uses art as an educational tool to empower people and communities at the grassroots level. The objective of the organization is to educate the diverse segments of society by using common terms and creative techniques to encourage constructive change for a positive future. The vision is to transform lives by strengthening leadership, advocating reconciliation, and imparting problem solving skills.

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