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Below are some of the ingredients for
“wisdom” – I deleted the word success, because right away I caught some followers putting me as another number on their list of social media … but I want to be on a list of friends! –
continuing my sentence – if you like to advance and become the best … chef, sculptor, CEO, scientist, or whatever you like to become
when you grow up.
( If you say “I’m just a mom or grandmother – you ARE an educator!)
…To Process … will help you
(Modified) for Mandarin Orange & Orange TGIF
To “process” any detail on the progress of treatment is the hub of the wheel of therapy – the art of helping people – according certain set rules given by the Am. Psychological Assoc.
It’s expected that a therapist her(him)self keeps track of processing her/his own development, attitudes, etc. in
coming along side of the client/patient to
give them a new structure and apply the changes they need ( compare it to giving them a new psychological and emotional skeleton).
Watercolor, 9 x 12 inch , Journal, St Germain I painted this (without the lettering) for a women’s retreat
Journaling slows one down enough to see a situation or a relationship from more than one angle, or to discover hidden feelings or motives
You would be surprised how clear things become by journaling. I may not be able to change a situation, or a person, but I certainly can change things into a more acceptable frame work for myself.
I also journal about the subjects I paint!
In the busyness of the move and adjustment to the new area,
I almost forgot that I had
an Art Show
the weekend before Thanksgiving
Fortunately, the organizers emailed me last week to remind all the “rules” for this art show in Laguna Niguel.
Am blessed to have a hubby who is handy
in framing or putting canvas in a new frame,
or varnishing the oil paintings I prepped on the table outside
For this group show I went “small.” One 18 x 36 inch called the Poinsettia Tree, and depending what space is available, parts of the Christmas story, all 9 x 12 inches.
It’s going to be a lot of fun.
Driving the lumpy bumpy road
enjoying all the fences and the yellowing leaves
down to Southern California
and looking up at the Oleanders on the balcony when we arrive …
Which is/are your most favorite event(s) of the year?
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