My year in review

In 2005 I painted with acrylics and made decoupage with Tracy Dove in her art studio, marched in a large demonstration against the illegal invasion of Iraq, finished the layout for my newest illustrated book, How To Make Peace, designed and illustrated the revised Feeling Good Cards that are written and manufactured by Gloria and Barry Blum, and started producing and recording my third CD of original songs, What LivingÂ’s All About, which I expect to release in April 2006. I walked almost every day, sang a set of vocal exercises created by Maria Muldaur most days, spent 18 weeks in Hawaii visiting friends and working on projects, spent the rest of the year in California and Arizona, was profiled in Be Pal, a Japanese outdoor living magazine, saw my first two CDs released in Japan by EM Records in Osaka, bought an acre of rain forest on a country road on the island of Hawaii, hired Richard Schave and Kim Cooper to teach me how to communicate better on the Internet and to make a new website with a blog on it for me, and celebrated my dadÂ’s 95th birthday with him, my momÂ’s 86th birthday with her, and my stepfatherÂ’s 89th birthday with him.

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