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1. The "Great Create"


Our local library hosted a creative contest using their iMac lab. 
The theme was "Unmasked" and required participants to create something visual using the lab for a part of it. Why not! And what do you know?! I won first place for my age division! And what's more, wouldn't you know that I was the only entry in my age division!! Ah well, so it goes. 
It was fun just the same, and the prize money was a sweet wedding gift for my daughter. I chose a quote by Dr Suess that has always been a favorite: 

"Be who you are and say what you mean. 
Because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." 

Of course, such a statement needs to be examined somewhat, for there are times when we still need to choose our words with care, but for this use, I found it most fitting. 


Above on display in the library, and below a detail of the illustration.




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