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December (342)

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 Episode 342: December

Above: I spotted this truck while driving home on a rainy day—smile-worthy! 

Episode 342of the CMP, a Creativity Matters Podcast

In this episode of the CMP, a bit of a tumble adds perspective to the final days of November, plus, some Harry Potter listening, and thoughts on list-making and a current “life is” list (although it doesn’t sound very list-like). I haven’t drawn a portrait in weeks, and I am really, really feeling that! Plus, tucked in the list is a sliver of chair whimsy, some lights, curtains, a mutant ninja turtle on the back of a car, a border coming down, and more.

Thank you to those of you who listen to the CMP and find something in it that relates to your own journey.

 

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2 thoughts on “December (342)

  1. I can totally identify with the list making dilemma, the wish I had put it there, or started sooner, or added this, or compiled them differently. Sometimes that’s the very thing that makes me not even start one at all, and sometimes that’s what makes me keep trying.
    So so glad you didn’t break any bones in the fall. And that you can live with the only slightly damaged finally newly acquired glasses.
    Love your shows, don’t understand why you suspend patreon because it isn’t only podcasts I support, thank you again for the washi tape swap (great idea!) and hope you enjoy your favorite month, even if it does come at the wrong time of,the year (laughed out loud at that).

    1. Thank you so much, Pam, for your comments. It means a great deal to me to see your feedback, always, and to know you listen. We clearly share a bond with our listmaking processes! I very mch appreciate your support.

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