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Checking up on….. Me?

Have you CHECKED UP

on yourself recently?

While I was looking for information on an art exhibit, I decided to type in my name on the google search engine. Yes, indeed,  I found MYSELF!

 

It’s always a good idea to put your BEST work on your blogs and  pages. Now that I see what is there that I wrote, I am satisfied that the 17 pages are positive ones. It’s good to know how your postings come back to haunt you sometimes. Make sure you put your best thought out there for the world to view. You know what “they say” – you only have one chance to make a good impression.

My 17 best posts.

 

Photo above appeared in the Ellwood City Ledger web site, Saturday July 29, 2017.

 

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Dialogue in the Dark

Are you afraid of the dark?

I have to admit it.  I am!

OK, the weird thing about  my confession is

I am a blind person.

Maribel Steel, a low vision writer for Vision Aware Blog (on the American Foundation for the Blind website)  joins the CEO of Guide Dogs Victoria shared this great audio interview about Dialogue in the Dark experiences.

Peek Inside Dialogue in the Dark

on ABC Radio National.

I have to say, it is memorable and this conversation gives us insight into the experience a sighted person has when they find themselves completely “in the dark” with a blind or low vision guide.

I would love to be able to have this experience.

http://maribelsteel.com/category/audio-stories/

 

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Meditation #2

Meditation #2

by Lynda McKinney Lambert

 

Part of a series of 6 small,

Mixed-Media Fiber Art

 

 

This art work just returned from the Twenty-Eighth Annual International

Invitational Salon of Small Works. I’ve been exhibiting in this show for many years.

I thought you might like to see how one of my mixed-media fiber pieces comes to life.

It all begins with some FABRIC and some GEMSTONES and some wonderful BEADS.

MAGIC happens when I sit down to work with these materials.

 

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Meditation #2 – Center Beaded Panel is 5 x 4 1/2 inches.

Framed work is 9 x 9 inches including frame.