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A Scary Place

  Took acting class tonight. Did what my instructor calls a freezing reading. No chance to look at it beforehand. You only see the line when it is your turn to say it. You have to feel what the other person says before you look at your line. I loved that! And was surprised at … Continue reading

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One Bad Thing

Pricing. This was the most difficult thing about hanging my work–deciding on prices and believing that someone would give up hard earned money for something I made. How on earth do other artist figure this out? The cost of materials I understand, but the value of my time and effort and imagination? Crazy. Continue reading

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How to get across a room.

“People was treat you like you have money,” I said. I was walking with my grandmother to her car in the library parking lot. I was 14. “What do you mean?” she asked, unlocking her red Chevrolet hatchback. I waited for her to buckle her seat belt. “They treat you better than they treat some … Continue reading