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February 25, at I collected paints and brushes and doodled around scraps of paper. I went to the library and looked up great paintings and knew that I wanted to do that.
Later ,I married a nice man and started having children. I drew little pictures and saved my money and bought a few nicer brushes and things. When my husband was sent off to fight me the Pacific I drew pictures for him, pictures of the kids and pictures of our little house so he could share in our lives although he was far away.
He would ask for scenes of the girls playing or collecting cans for the different War drives and I would sketch them out and enclose with our letters. Sometimes it took months to exchange a letter but it was worth it. I painted the house and added flowers and leaves to the windows.
I painted fairy tale scenes for the girls and later their children. Sometimes I would try to paint a person but it always looked like a child did it so eventually I stopped.
I did paint by numbers kits and he husband framed them and hung them for guests but I knew they could be better. I never studied art. I never saved a few extra dollars and bought that really nice paintbrush or took classes at the community college but still I wanted to paint.
Now I cannot hold a brush due to arthritis and my eyesight is fading. Still, I wish I could paint. I wish I had taken the time to work at it, to make myself see it seriously. I was always too busy to take the time. I never believed in myself enough to take that first real step.
In the end of your life will you look back on your labors. Will you have lived doing what you always wanted to do or will you look back on a lifetime of regret and missed opportunities. The memories of a full life are great solace in the end. The memories of regret will make you bitter and alone.
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I did not only use this advice for projects, but for tests, quizzes, and homework too.
We discussed the matter and he gave me the best advice I have ever got in my life. “Always be yourself”, – he said. – “If you try to adapt to the circumstances in this way, you lose your identity.” “Who needs the identity, if I am so lonely?” – I thought.