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Sally Stap
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I am a writer and artist who is open and real about life, faith, and the ongoing process of recovery
I am a writer and artist who is open and real about life, faith, and the ongoing process of recovery

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  I am not happy about the brain surgery I had. I tolerated it. I’ve dealt with lingering post-issues. However, have I accepted any of it?  I was recently told that the path to dealing with life events, failure, and disappointment is acceptance. What does…

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Invisible Disability and Trying to Explain It

  It’s been awhile since I posted. Not intentionally, but sometimes it’s hard to get started again. What to say, what to discuss, what to say that’s new. However, I was recently talking to my friend Mary, who is suffering from atypical trigeminal…

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Hi everybody!  I’m here, just haven’t had anything to share for awhile.  However, that changed with the season. For some, this will be the first holiday since a craniotomy or radiation. Or perhaps the first season of watch and wait after finally learning…

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Journey from #Hopeless to #Hope

At times, I feel #hopeless. Does acknowledging disappointment mean that I’ve given up?  Does it mean I’m a realist or a defeatist? When dealing with life as it is presented, is there a recommended ratio of hope to realism? Of optimism to acceptance? For…

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Something new that I'm going to try - Make money by watching YouTube like Videos and ads starting July 4 http://michbrowser.thwglobal.com We'll see how it goes. . . here's a link in case you want to check it out.

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                I will be at Art Prize again this year.  I’m very excited to announce that my art will be on display at Cornerstone Church – Heritage Hill. My Entry is called “Abstract and Reality in Beeswax” – here’s the description This exhibit…

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Sometimes when I paint, I use many colors to give a picture character. Other times, like when I painted this picture, I use one color, perhaps in several shades. Between layering, scraping, pushing or pulling the iron that I use – I ended up with a…

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Just a stop on the journey

  I took this picture in Idaho. Just passing through on the way to the beautiful and scenic state of Montana.  What?  Sometimes I am heading toward a destination so intently that I I fail to see the beauty of the journey. This is one beautiful spot – the…

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I painted this picture as a gift when I just just starting to play with encaustic painting. It seemed kind of like most other pictures that I was making at the time, until I drew some lines throughout it. The lines made it looked like it was full of…
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