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Zealot

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  1. Congrats!🍾🎉🎊🎈
  2. Wow! Al lets Della call Ed “Stella.”
  3. That’s a good looking plaque! And I personally really like the grain. 😊
  4. Sorry it fell through. Wish I could tell you the number of times I’ve been involved with designing and pricing systems for clients who end up not going with it because of money. But that’s part of the game. Just seems like a waste of expended energy... Press on, brother!
  5. Understood. And honestly, I understand their issue. Yes, all wood has grain and yes, it’s usually pronounced when stained. But there are fine grains and course grains. Straight, spiral, irregular, diagonal, interlocking (a pain to work with) and wavy grains... They each have their own aesthetic. Good luck! 👍🏻
  6. Yep, bought it many years ago. I love the movie. As you said, very fast paced and action packed. Love Angelina. ❤️
  7. But here’s the thing with art/design - no matter what credentials you have, no matter how artistically inclined or creative you might be, and no matter how versed you might be in ‘what the consensus likes’, you never can tell what an individual may like best. It’s the ‘beauty in the eye of the beholder ‘ thing. So, you have to cater to their tastes, whether it works or not, or convince them to trust your ability to influence their clientele. At the end of the day, collect your pay and move on. And there’s a reason we call all this stuff ‘work’.
  8. I write a fair amount. I write a lot of poetry and I have a blog site.
  9. I once heard a medaling marathoner who’d set a record say that he had more respect for the folks who give it their all and finish in 4 hours. He said he could not imaging going all out for that long. As @Square Wheels said, perspective. Never downplay what you’ve accomplished.
  10. Never regret being compassionate, @roadsue. It is a most honorable trait and worth more than great riches. I’ve never regretted embracing Christ. I’ve learned over the course of life that people can be harsh and unforgiving, no matter what they believe or embrace. But God has never failed me and I could never leave Him now. My biggest regrets revolve around not doing more for the kingdom. There are so many hurting people in this world.
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