When I was a child I loved hearing this poem. It really made me believe there was a Santa Claus. I used to read this poem to my class of six year olds with all the enthusiasm of a true believer just before the holidays. I loved how they would be so enthralled with the poem/story. Many times they would ask me to read it again just before the Holiday break. To be fair it’s still one of my favorite holiday poems. I remember the first time I heard it fondly.
It’s been a while since my last demonstration, so welcome to “How I Draw On My iPad-Part 10.” In honor of spring and friendly garden bugs, I thought it would be fun to showcase a very simple image of a Ladybug. While you’re at it, don’t forget to check out Part 1 thru Part 9 and now, for your viewing […]
As I look back, I am reminded once again that the road ahead can appear one way and it turns out to be quite different. Regardless, we have no option but to move forward in our life. We can either resist the changes that happen, or embrace each of life’s challenges as they happen, see the beauty in the inevitable changes in our life and make them a positive where ever we can…
My “How I Draw On My iPad” series, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 continues to be very popular with my readers. There continues to be some great updates to the iDraw program that have greatly enhanced my ability to be creative, all of which provide me with my illustrations for my blog and blog articles.
Have you ever had this happen to you? You’re at a nice winery at the wine tasting bar, and there are people there who are speaking about wine in a way that makes you uncomfortable. They sound so knowledgeable and sophisticated about wine that you don’t dare express your opinion. That use to happen to me until I […]