>See you back tomorrow with a new drawing and quote! Thanks for
indulging me with the vintage napkins while I have been away on
vacation. I hope you have enjoyed seeing the originals as I created
them for my daughters.
I think this is why so many people never change. I know it is why I haven’t
changed nearly as much as I would have liked to over the years. It’s hard
You have to leave your useless and destructive self by the side of
the road without a ride and without a shelter. You can’t go back for him
or her out of pity or loneliness. You have to trudge on without them and
without the comfort and ease they brought to you. You have to go to the
foundry of your soul and sweat and labor until a better fashioned you
emerges. Not an easy thing to do.
That is why most people change only when circumstances throw them into
the foundry through death or pain or a cataclysmic upheaval of some sort.
It’s the trial by fire we all strive to avoid that finally creates in us the character