Finally . . .
This week’s watercolor: Woodrow Wilson
I am currently reading a new biography of Woodrow Wilson and am having many thoughts about this multi-sided historical figure. I will be sharing those with you in the weeks to come. Meanwhile, enjoy the portrait. It was part of June’s direct watercolor challenge and the only thing I did worth showing. It was done with no preliminary drawing.
Best quote of the week:
What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness? Jean Jacques Rousseau, philosopher and author (1712-1778)
Helping those in need
This is my weekly reminder to all of us (especially me) that there are many people who need our help. It’s not complicated. Things happen to people, and we should be ready to do all the good we can in all of the ways we can. (Some will recognize that I am paraphrasing John Wesley here). When is the last time you gave to your favorite charity? The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR.org)is my favorite charity. Please make a contribution to yours.
Keep reading, keep writing (especially to me), and have a great weekend.
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Last week’s newsletter: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Thomas Dixon, and a couple of examples of excellent journalism: newsletter, June 29, 2018
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