I’m grateful to still be alive after so many deadly adventures.
The discovery that I’m a good artist.
Waking up, making it to Mass, and eventually going to bed.
I tried to post my art again, but the screen just turned white. Why?
Just breathe and know it’ll be okay.
i’d still do my best to respond kindly if I didn’t.
Since it was never medically confirmed that I’m having seizures, I’m going to the hospital in the new year to hopefully find out what it really is.
They’re helping me get ready for VSA North Fourth Art Center. I go four days a week. Tuesday’s my day off,
I wasn’t born with my disability, I got it because I was run over by a car when I was 19 months old. I was in a coma for about a couple of months. Today I’m an artist who has many talents. I go to a place called VSA North Fourth Art Center. http://www.vsartsnm,org
Probably whenever I hurt someone I’m forgiven by them.
Sometimes the people I know in person are rushing by so quickly that I feel overwhelmed. Maybe that’s because of my physical disability that makes me physically slow. I can’t even leave the house without help.
I no longer have seizures. I’m just sitting up a lot at night.
Reading and performing. I could read to others and be a better performer.
I need prayer. I have sleep apnea and something so mysterious in my brain that nobody seems to know what it is.
Yes, by using the arts to add beautiful things to it.
The future must include all of us,
I thought I could, anyway, but it doesn’t seem to be working. I should be able to do some creative writing, at the very least, In fact, I think I’m doing that right now,
I can post some of it.
I wouldn’t mind answering now. I like both the visual arts and the performing arts. That’s what I do at a building called North Fourth Art Center. That’s part of VSA, which is an international organization of artists with disabilities. You can even look me up on YouTube.
I experienced a shaky left shoulder today.
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