The first duty of love is to listen.
My daughter J is having an exhibition in Gallery 9 in Darlinghurst, Sydney. It is entitled Shelf Lives. Most of it is felting.
(Some of the photos aren't great. I have just started using PicMonkey photo editor and it cut off some of the tops of the portrait oriented photos.)
Prices for the art works ranged from $100 to $300 per item. P:-) and I drove up to Darlinghurst yesterday to pick J and her partner up after a stay of a few days. J had sold 3 items at the opening the evening before, so hopefully she will sell some more as the exhibition progresses.
I sold my book on Ebay. It only went for $5 plus $12 postage. But that is better than nothing. It would have just gone to the Salvation Army. This was only the 3rd sale I had made on Ebay. Each time I sell something I learn a little bit more about Ebay . I think from now on I won't put a starting price under $10.
|My book sold on Ebay.|
Trees used as pillars
Don't chase happiness. Recognise it.
This article is about recognising happiness when you have it. It deals with the idea that you don't have to have a lot of possessions or money to be content. Click here to read it.
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