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“Always tell the truth. Then you don't have to remember anything.”
by Mark Twain Roughin' it

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Jill B.

You are endlessly talented at creating complete and creative ways to torture us physically for the sake of our health and sanity. Thank you for your encouragement, and appreciation.

Joan W.

A gaming entrepreneur – designing games, going out on her own and doing what she likes. Hope it can be full time eventually.

Kathy K. E.

Likewise for your sewing skills and your own abilities in costuming – which you used well on your son as he was growing up. The wizard is still one of my favorites!

Eileen K.

For encouraging my costuming and helping with the sewing. And just generally being interested…. not to mention a wicked shopping partner!

Dot G.

When I think of you, I remember your country crafts and sewing projects. I always felt that you had a feeling of fearlessness about you.

Vision

Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others. –Jonathan Swift

I came across this quote again the other day…I’ve liked this one for a long time.

Mistakes or Experience?

Just trying to keep in mind:

“Mistakes are just the road to experience…. some roads are bumpier than others.”  — C. S. Hafer 1/8/2007

I’ve been experiencing lots of “mistakes” as I’m working on my WordPress theme… so I’m feeling like it’s a very bumpy road at the moment. And then I came across […]

Getting Stuck

“Shame and guilt are tricks of the Ego that keep you stuck in place”

Another quote that I jotted down without the complete reference I really need to be checking on these to give the proper credit.

This was said to one of the gals of “Starting Over” by a guest/minister in an episode ….

Fear

“Fear is paying attention to what could possibly go wrong more than your vision” – from “Starting Over”

“Fear is mis-directed attention” – Iyanla Vanzant

I had these jotted down as reminders – but I forgot where I picked them up… probably a book. I’ll have to look for the correct reference.

Ha! Found them again…apparently […]

Bud

You were the TOOL GUY in our family and between that, your handy man skills and the crafts that you and Joan did – there is much to remember. I paid more attention than you may have realized, and I still remember going through your woodworking magazines!