It’s easy to be distracted by the hurly burly of life in the river, dealing with currents and underwater rocks, the uncertainty of where the river’s taking you and all the unpleasant difficulties of change. I’ve left my home, and I’ll be building a new life now. So I’m trying to remain focused on the welfare of my children, and all I can do is let them know as often as possible that I love them and I’ll always be here for them.Â
I’m not often going to post about what’s going on behind the scenes, because I heartily dislike Jerry Springer’s ugly world, but the undercurrents of the river will affect my art-making practice and probably reveal themselves in what gets made in the studio.
Yo Dude! I just happened to have an urge for Pearceology…I didn’t realize fires were blazing so close to your home…I have great ears you should use them in the next couple of days…
It is a new day Doctor. Peace to you on as you take the first steps into deeper waters. Our children can and should be a guiding light to our path, and yours are quite bright… your love for them shows. They bring out the best (and sometimes worst) Virtues in us … I await seeing their influence in your work.