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The Empty Chair — 7 Comments

  1. Well, Diane, due to manic depression I swing from one mood to another, but I take lots of medication to try and keep me on an even keel, but it is a real day job and I work overtime. The pay isn’t all that great, though and the benefits are lousy.

    Big hug, lots of love,
    Irene xoxox

  2. Well, I am cleaning the house and ironing.

    I have signed your petition, but I won’t do anything for Neda as she has actually blocked me from going on people’s blogs so yah boo sucks, as they used to say in the Beano.

    I like this picture as she has got out of the chair, and looks free, easy and voluptuous. So she is free of contraints, but still has the imprint on her leg. What the chair loses is somebody else’s gain.

  3. I am trying to get back to delete that last comment, as I can’t resist getting into fights but I can’t lol While looking around to find out how to delete it I actually been on Susan’s blog and seen what you look like for the first time, which was nice!

  4. Good Morning Diane!
    I have been working on a couple of drawings simultaneously. I finally got one finished, which I used in my blog as a Work In Progress. The other is near completion…for the 4th time! Every time I think it’s finished, I find something else to add! Spring is finally here at my house, and I can hear songbirds outside my dining room window that I haven’t heard since last spring. I went for a walk out in our back acreage several times in the last week, making my dark and dreary mood finally subside. As a matter of fact, I feel so creative now that I can’t make up my mind on where to start! There is a down side to coming out of my winter blues. 🙂

    Have a terrific weekend!

  5. I take all the comments back which I wrote in a bad mood when idle. I am in the habit of writing comments impulsively and then deleting them, but unfortunately I find I can’t for some reason on this blog.

    Sorry for making a mess of your comments section Diane.

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