Tribute to 9/11

The full piece seen in the previous post.

“Tribute for 9/11″; approximately 50″ x 50”; linocut on cotton beige fabric; wall hanging; October, 2001 by Diana Mae Potts.

3 thoughts on “Tribute to 9/11

  1. the way you connect with your rrdeeas through your posts is amazing,be it a video,image or a post, you seem to exactly know what fits in the criteria.beleive me i read 10 s of blogs every week, but your posts are quite engrossing than the rest. I just hope you continue writing and updating this blog!

  2. Radke,I’m glad you think so. Yeah, bloggin’ ain’t quite like writing a book or any kind of story. I’ve stuck to short stories so far, and my experience of writing them isn’t anything like blogging. Now, as for writing books, you can say that again. Books are month-long endeavors, many times they’re year-long trudges. I haven’t had the gumption to start one yet… it’s too bloody daunting.I understand from reading your blog that you’re writing comic books? Boy, that sounds tough. I liken that to almost writing in poetic form. You’ve got a definite form to work with and a finite amount of words, and they’ve all got to count. Now, that’s tough.Good luck!

  3. I enjoyed the conference call discussion. I would like to add something that others may find helpful, who tend to eat out frequently due to busy schedules, like me. I have a smartphone and dowloaded the app called Calorie Counter. When we go out to a chain restaurant, I generally can look up most items that I’m thinking about ordering to get nutritional info, such as calories, fat, carbs, sugar, protein and fiber based on a serving size. Although the app doesn’t list ingredients in the food, it’s still a good guide to help with meal selection. For example, a cheese quesadilla appetizer from a local restaurant may have 1300 calories – and that’s just an appetizer! My husband use to occasionally order that as his main dinner selection, but he doesn’t order it anymore since I told him how many calories it has. Unfortunately my husband isn’t as health conscious as I am, but it’s a wonderful surprise to know that he will now ask me to look up the nutritional info on an item if it isn’t published on the menu before he decides what to order. More & more restaurants are including some nutritional info on their menus, which is also great. I’m sure there’s other phone apps that provide similar information and for those who don’t have a smart phone, you can usually find nutritional info on the restaurant’s website. Let me know if anyone has other recommendations for nutritional apps/websites.

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