No pictures today. I can’t see well enough to go searching for them. You see, I had cataract surgery on Tuesday morning on my left eye. I’ll have the right eye done on the 23rd. I went to the drug store yesterday to get some reading glasses, but they don’t really help much since I need one level in one eye and a different level in the other eye, and they don’t sell them that way. Oh well. All should be back to semi-normal by the end of the month.

I hear from my tech guru, Christina, that my blog posts will now be going out to you every week, if I have, in fact, posted anything. I’ll try to do better next week and find some photos for you. Prior to the surgery, I was working diligently on some samples for my class this summer at the Grunewald Guild. If I set my camera up for auto-focus, perhaps I can get some pictures of that work to post.

Meanwhile, I will leave you with a quote I ran into a while back, from Nietzsche:

“We have art so that we shall not die of reality.”

Be well, my little chickadees! (So glad I learned to touch type all those years ago! Hoping spell-check did it’s job and fixed all my errors!)

Peace, Larkin

2 thoughts on “Words”

  1. Hi Deb! Thanks for the kind words. I have the second surgery tomorrow, and after that heals up, I hope to be able to get back to work on my various projects. Not being able to thread a needle stinks! But my depth perception is too far off and the frustration level is too much to deal with. So, I do the best I can. Went for a walk at the zoo, which was good. Happy spring! Larkin

  2. I keep telling myself that aging beats the alternative, but sometimes one wonders….! I hope your vision bounces back quickly, that you may continue to spread joy, with your beautiful art,

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