Inspire. June.

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“A day’s work is a day’s work, neither more nor less, and the man [person] who does it needs a day’s sustenance, a night’s repose and due leisure, whether he be painter or ploughman.”

George Bernard Shaw

I’ve been on and off my computer quite a lot and it’s only just come to my attention that my last publication was back in May. While my bout of covid was mild by all standard metrics, it has still taken me some time to return to what my normal is. As our family closes out the school year with a graduation and my formal writing classes finish, I’ve taken on a few new things, both personal and professional. My third child is also joining the summer workforce and planning her junior year. My (draft) presentation for the Cursillo community went very well, and I have a focus for my book’s introduction. I have also been asked to teach a writing class for our local continuing ed program at our school district,

Prior to this and during my covid days I had trouble finding the inspiration to do more than what was essentially required of me. I had commitments that needed to be rescheduled, phone calls to make (and that list is still significant), but during all this busy time, where did I find inspiration?

Inspiration Illustrated:

Bunny in the Backyard. (c)2022
Keep the anger. Remember January 6th and VOTE.
Tonight is the public hearings from the January 6th Committee;
please watch.
(c)2022
Lilacs. Also backyard. Nature. I can hear the church bells from here.
(c)2022
Sitting with Mary after Mass and enjoying the serenity and solace in our priest’s memorial garden.
(c)2022
Draw inspiration and draw from random objects, like this candle holder. I have been drawing a bit more than usual including a prayer card or two.
(c)2022
Pretty golden flowers next to Blessed Mother, Mary.
(c)2022
A fancy pen.
(c)2022

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