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No I Won't Grow Up
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"All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.' - Pablo Picasso

I am using yesterday's quote for today because it really speaks to me.

For a time I did grow up. I forgot all about how to have fun. Lots of the time having fun meant drugs and alcohol and then it wasn't fun anymore.

I gave all that up when I got my motorcycle and then the fun really began. I met Michael. He taught me how to ride my motorcycle. We took lots of fun trips by ourselves and with our friends.

At some point, my sister did enough encouraging and I picked up crayons again. Boy do I love to create art with crayons. I can still remember the day DH came home and gifted me the Crayola Crayons 96 color box. Whoo hoo, I was in heaven. Granted I have and do other mediums but I always come back to crayons.

I think that everything Crayola has come out with, DH has purchased for me. I really like their twist up crayons. They come in a plastic case so they travel very well. I like to color when I am in a doctor's office and waiting to be seen. I color during my meetings or I am doodling. I color most every day prior to beginning my journal writing.

For this reason I won't grow up because I am not going to give up my crayons.

I still have a headache today but it is not as bad as yesterday. Thank heavens for small blessings.

I tackled one of my projects from yesterday and that was to take stock of the literature I had received from last year's literature chairwoman. At first it was daunting but then my DH came in and gave me a hand. It was enough to get me over my angst and we completed the job in no time.

Now if I had been thinking, I would have brought in my L-top to take all of my notes.

My glucose number went down again to 125. Yea, I think. I have pretty much stuck to keeping track of points through the Weight Watcher program than figuring up carbs, proteins, and fats. Only the numbers will tell if I am on the right track.

I guess this is it for me for today. Continue having a good one.

mz. em

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