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Thanks Nancy! Thanks for visiting. The newness of it hasn't worn off yet, it still feels a little stiff. That Kipling snippet was great, D. I left you a comment on the post, just so's you'd be sure to see my response. How completely apropos. But that link isn't "linked". I'll have to see if I can change that.


And the first rude sketch that the world had seen was joy to his mighty heart, till the Devil whispered behind the leaves, "It's pretty, but is it Art?" :-) Love Kipling.

I think your new site is amazing. Quite different from MC&AT, but still very much you. Another one to add to the blogroll. Great work!


"... I can appreciate all the wonderfully talented people out there who are sharing their art and creativity, without having to compare myself to them."

Good on you. Finding your voice, your niche, your unique area of contribution isn't half as important as the _doing_ of things in the search. One thing that's very nearly certain is that if you keep working on your chops by simply doing and contemplating, growing in understanding _what_ it is that you are doing and what is driving you, you will find your voice, your niche, your unique area of contribution.

"Mediocre"... hmmm...

See: Tuesday Kipling

"When the flush of a new-born sun fell first on Eden's green and gold..."

Kipling knew a thing or three about crtical voices. :-)

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