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February 16, 2006

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Barbara Johansen Newman

God Bless You! Love those jammie kids....

christripp

John, those Munchkin's are adoreable... and their little dog too!

Studio-itis? Yep, got that, it was worse 7 or so years ago when I began this crazy career but I have never completely recovered. It's nice and cozy and safe in this little world/room of ours don't 'cha think? I even eat my lunch in the studio. I don't spend every weekend in here anymore like I used to but enough of them to still look to the outside world like a workaholic.
Must just like the damn job, or hate everything else... don't know which:)
Chris

June-Goulding

Studio-itis? Yep... I got it too.
Sometimes it becomes a chore to have to go out into the real world and do real world things. But, I make myself go, and somehow it is nicer to return refreshed to my cosy space again, where I can hide from reality and live in the worlds I draw.

I even get to resent others in my cosy space and fidget until they leave... a bad sign that we all need to get out more perhaps!

June :o)

John Nez

I think we're lucky indeed... we have something to wake up for every day, something to keep us occupied. And working away on a project is a harmless diversion compared to some of the other alternatives out there.

It's so sad to see people who get lost in life and burdened with just the bad things and none of the good things. So that's why I think it's a gift to be able to find refuge in any kind of creativity. It's sad that channel seems to get blocked for so many people. The world would be a happier place if we all could be so easily entranced with making something.

jn

Janee

So putting the futon in my studio this week was a bad idea, huh?

I've got it bad.

Janee

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