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I just want to keep going. It's now a wonderful practice that makes me happier for doing it every evening.

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May 19Liked by Lindsay Jean Thomson

I just love when there are questions at the end of the newsletter!

So!

1. I would like to update my project and continue I think. I didn't do all 100 days, but I did a far sight better this year than last. Last year it was like 9 or 10 days total! Ha! This year, so far, I have only missed 16 days. I won't try to make up those days, I will be very satisfied with what I have accomplished.

2. I'm proud I didn't give up. Someone told me once that I was a quitter, and in some ways they are right. I don't have a problem with that because when I quit on something it means I am not having fun and it isn't important enough to continue. This time I didn't quit.

3. Regrets or disappointments? Hmm. I would have liked that my project would have been easier to share. But, I don't know that I regret that. It just is what it is. Actually, no, I do have one regret. I forgot to use the hashtag on almost everything I did. So, I may have shared, but not with this community...bad me! Hehe.

4. I am learning that art matters to me. I said earlier I didn't quit, well that means that this is important to me. This year, because my project was 3 fold, I also learned that my business matters to me. I am trying and eventually I am going to succeed!

5. Yes, it does feel complete. I feel like I did what I set out to do. I painted, I worked on my website, and I used Instagram.

6. I'm not sure, because I am not sure what this means.

7. Trying new animals, or doing birds in new ways.

Kendall Stewart aka PassageTwenty20

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I’m so glad you like the questions, Kendall! More importantly, I’m glad you are feeling proud and have had so many great insights for yourself here πŸ’“πŸ™Œ

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