Ah! The steady downward spiral near the end of life. I'm 80 now and hoping for 81, and why not? haven't produced any paintings, digital or otherwise, in the last 2 years. But...I do keep my brain engaged and I have had some good times of sketching and editing. I am sitting in my usual spot and my red walker sits in front of me. My favorite cane is within reach. My physical therapist is helping me with balance, as I have a tendency to fall over when I least expect it. I have given up on driving because of my poor memory. That all sounds depressing but some good has come from it, as Granddaughter Abigayle secured a scholarship at Arizona State University. She has an old car with over 100k miles on it and that sounded unsafe (to me) when driving through the desert. My old car, 5 years old, has just 9K miles on it. So I sold it to her for $1 and now she has a dependable car for Arizona. She will have to convert it over to hand controls; I think she can use the controls that are on
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It's really been a long time since I added anything here. It's really embarrassing. But there can't be more than one or two readers, if that many. I was notified that I was about to lose the 'Domain Name Tuesday Painters' I decided to renew it for another year, just for the fun of it. I'm writing this from room 108 at Enloe Hospital. I spend too much time here. Breathing problems coming from COPD and then Pneumonia. We're hoping for a quick resolution to this and then back home. I'm still painting digitally with a couple of good software programs. With the pain I have in my hip I have found it difficult to stand at my easel. I'm looking forward to getting back to that easel and large canvases. In the meantime, the 5x7 prints of my work will have to do.