4 thoughts on “Steve, Me and Calligraphy…

  • November 9, 2011 at 9:01 pm

    Hi Sandy.
    I’m procrastinating: I have a deadline tomorrow and a lot of writing to do. I’m SO glad I read your post, it was well worthwhile. In fact, it’s inspired me to get back to work, reminded me that our creativity is nothing if we don’t express it. So, here I go. Thanks for the stimulating break!

    Take care,
    Zoë
    (your friend and fellow Psych Central Blogger, ADHD from A to Zoë)

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  • November 9, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    Hi dear Zoë,

    I know that feeling. And the feeling of having nothing worthwhile to say, which has plagued me of late. I am amazed that you found this post inspiring. I was beginning to think I couldn’t inspire anyone, least of all, me!

    Take good care and please don’t be too hard on yourself. You’re a remarkable blogger and you’re doing so much good for your ADHD community and for all of us.

    Hugs,
    xox
    s

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  • November 10, 2011 at 5:38 pm

    I’m so grateful for Steve Jobs as well. He’s a true genius. I have bipolar disorder and PTSD and my dog, Sai has been so therapeutic. That was a great idea of your Mom’s when you came out of the hospital. Having a creative outlet through writing like you have your caligraphy has also been healing for me on http://mindyourspirit.com/. I wish you the best of health:)

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    • November 10, 2011 at 5:46 pm

      Hi Pawathy,

      Thank you for commenting. Curiously, I was already an avid “writer” when I was young. A diarist, actually. The seeds of my journalism go all the way back to childhood. I loved the artistry and the discipline of calligraphy. It is very challenging. As for my first dog, he was a blessing. I have had several dogs since then and right now I have two. They give me endless joy. I am so happy to see that your dog, Sai, is a blessing in your life, too.

      Wishing you the best of health, the best of everything.

      Cheers,
      sln

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