Tag Archives: grief

Keeping the Light On.

Have you ever been wrestling with demons in the darkness only to discover, when the light comes on, that the demons are not who you thought they were? Since I fired Ambition, I have been in a funk. No passion, … Continue reading

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Grief Lifeline

He held a coiled manila line in his hands with what looked like leather reinforcement for twenty inches or so… “No, it’s not leather,” he said, “it’s a rubber hose.” But my comment reminded him of the small dinghy hanging … Continue reading

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Remembering

I haven’t updated my CPR training since high school. I got to thinking about this because I was asked to make a new canvas bag for a “Lifesling” which is a rescue device used on boats when someone goes overboard. … Continue reading

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The Messy Process of Art

“This is not going to work.” That’s what I said to myself in the middle of my latest bookbinding project. It was a commissioned piece… a wedding guest book for a friend of mine… and I was giving it my … Continue reading

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The Art of Saying Goodbye

Not one boss, but ten of them. That’s what freelance bookkeeping is like. And each boss has a different way of doing things: the process is different, the results they want are different, and their personalities…all unique. Add to this … Continue reading

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