Chapter 2: Hidden Treasures (Part 1)

I’m sorry if this post did not help your phobia of clowns. Just remember: He’s not looking AT you, he’s looking WITH you.

Alleyway Clown-1

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    February 20, 2007 at 2:12 AM

    Nice. I want more.

    More, I tells ya.

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    February 21, 2007 at 3:38 PM

    Lisa! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and posting your wonderful comment. I’m so sorry about the pain and suffering you’ve had to endure, but I really appreciated your words, and I totally agree, blogging is such a crazy good outlet. I’m used to creating and making things, and I haven’t been able to for a while because of this illness, but things are on the up and up so I hope I will be expressing myself through my art soon enough. I read the about you section, very cool, sounds like you are super creative, and I love your favorites lists!

    Anyways, it’s great to make your acquaintance via the net! I’m sending you good thoughts, good thoughts are what makes everything better!

    One thing. I always think of things this way, and maybe you do too: I think that my own experience with illness and suffering will allow me to be a better artist, and a better person. So hopefully I can use this experience in a positive way! I like to think of the suffering as a the key to bigger and better things in life, it sure has opened my eyes and opened my mind…

    Great pics by the way, clowns are super villainous. Never will forget It…

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    The Clown is gone « they mostly come out at night… mostly
    March 2, 2007 at 4:59 PM

    […] present the following links with fond rememberance : Day One: First Introductions with the Alley Clown. Day Three: After the Rainstorm. Day Seven: Last Moments with Our Beloved […]

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