Remember Jess? I'll jog your memory... She helped me out while I was out of town by contributing a guest post to the blog. Well, she's started a website for her artwork. Stop by and check it out! Here's a direct link to her site. Happy shopping!
I've been struggling a lot lately. I've become unhappy in a lot areas of life. I stress out about little things that I really have no control over. I've been hoping that a change of scenery would help me with how I'm feeling. But I know it won't. Because I've been down that road before. … Continue reading Clay
Welcome to a series of stories that basically make up my autobiography. It’s not entirely thorough, but I’ll do the best I can with the memories locked away inside my head. Could be therapeutic for me. Could be humorous for you. Either way, enjoy… Previously on Life Story... I started my oh so exciting senior … Continue reading Life Story: Chapter Fifty Four
An Art Piece Sometimes, when the counselors get together for meetings, we take time to do some of our own therapeutic exercises. A couple weeks ago, we were asked to create mandalas. This is the one I did... It's nowhere near an exact representation of any place I've ever been. But it depicts the kind … Continue reading Day Seventeen
Welcome to a series of stories that basically make up my autobiography. It’s not entirely thorough, but I’ll do the best I can with the memories locked away inside my head. Could be therapeutic for me. Could be humorous for you. Either way, enjoy… Previously on Life Story... There were a few people who probably … Continue reading Life Story: Chapter Forty Nine
In the world of banking, the people on the front lines of the industry are known as tellers. These are the people who are expected to help customers with all of their day to day banking needs. It is often a thankless and miserable position to hold. These are their stories. These are their legends… … Continue reading Banking Ads on the White Board
Originally written in June of 2010... "This is just a mess," said Ellie as she stared at the painting. Tom just scoffed at her comment and said, "No, it isn't! The artist is clearly expressing his anger in this one!" Tom was doing a really good job of trying to make it sound like he … Continue reading Mess