Author Archives: Lorraine Young

Artist in Mourning

Many of you already know why, but for those who don’t, I apologise for not posting sooner to explain this latest long absence.  My beloved husband Robin, who struggled so very valiantly with lymphoma over the past year and a … Continue reading

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Happy (Belated) New Year and Art Walk is Coming Soon!

I didn’t participate in any art events last year (see previous couple of blog posts) and am planning to do only two this year.  I’ll be at the Whyte Avenue Art Walk in front of the Scotia Bank a couple … Continue reading

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Staying in touch…

Well it has been a long time, hasn’t it? It’s been a helluva year, but it’s almost over now, and with the end of the year, I have reason to hope that the “hell” part is over too.  My husband’s … Continue reading

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When Life Happens…

I make no apologies for being away for so long.  It’s what happens when Life happens, especially in the “when you’re making other plans” sense. I’m just posting this as a quick and brief update before I go away again. … Continue reading

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A Bold Plan! (or Am I Biting Off More Than I Can Chew?)

It seems that in the last several years, the concept of creative types setting a time-limited challenge for themselves to get some work done has become more and more popular.  For writers, the 3-Day Novel Contest and NaNoWriMo come immediately … Continue reading

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