Joined 10 years ago from Vermont, USA
The photo I used for my profile is of a self-portrait I drew a while back...about 35 years back. Anyone wishing to see the "After" shot can visit my Facebook page and send their condolances. Just consider, "it's not the years, it's the mileage".
Though I have worked various jobs to survive, I have always considered myself an artist; honing inherent gifts and proclivities into skills and competance. Drawing, painting, illustration, computer graphics, writing prose and poetry have all occasionally been my job...but have always been my life.
I am recently retired with time to do what I love.
I have things to say, stories to tell, songs to share.
Feel free to join me.
It has come to my attention that some of my hubs are not listed on my profile page...I had wondered why some of my personal favorites attracted so few views and comments!
Until I can rectify this situation, please allow me to invite you to click on "more" in order to access those otherwise unlisted hubs.
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