The Street Dog
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Madonna states unequivocally at the end of one of her songs, “Absolutely. No. Regrets.” Really. I have regrets. Quite a few. Maybe a lot – depending on how you define ‘regrets’. I never really saw them as a bad thing … Continue reading
Somewhere around 2 years ago, I was walking my pit bull, Ca$h Money through a park a block from my house. Art had always been a passion of mine, but for years inspiration had eluded me completely. As Ca$h and … Continue reading
‘The guilt I felt for having a mental illness was horrible. I prayed for a broken bone that would heal in six weeks. But that never happened. I was cursed with an illness that nobody could see and nobody knew … Continue reading
After months (well actually 2 years) the project is completed and The Street Dog is a reality! So please indulge me while I brag shamelessly about my first effort at authoring and illustrating a children’s book. Most of you that have followed … Continue reading