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  • meta

    Your little man looks like he is growing up fast in the midst of your busy family. He’s thinking he cant wait to join in with EVERYTHING.

    November 07, 2012
    • ruthdevos

      Hopefully he’s content to just watch for a good while yet!

      November 08, 2012
  • Pauline

    When it comes to encouraging children to practise their music, it’s recommended that you ask them to do just 5 minutes! That doesn’t sound too daunting so they’re likely to begin. Once they’re on the go, 5 minutes easily turns into 10 or 20 or even, as I’ve discovered, an hour or so! Overcoming the initial inertia (is that a tautology?) seems to be the problem for all of us. Thanks for that post, Ruth. I’ll push myself a bit harder to get going and be pleased with the outcome, I hope.

    November 07, 2012
    • ruthdevos

      I hadn’t thought of applying it to my children! I’ll have to remember that. And yes, it is a tautology :) Thanks for visiting!

      November 08, 2012
  • Thanks, Ruth, for sharing my perspective and article here. I think it’s an important point to remember. I keep learning how to use my emotions in my art making and how to not use them. They’re a potent force to be rallied for good, not for procrastination!

    Love your quilting!

    November 07, 2012
    • ruthdevos

      Thanks for popping by, Cynthia!

      November 08, 2012
  • Gokakmills

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    November 15, 2012

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