Artistic Journeys is an online publication that explores the lives of creative individuals as they share their experiences. November features Terry Sayers.

Artistic Journeys – November – Terry Sayers

First a Special Note
Thank you for all the comments telling me how much you are enjoying the interviews. It means a lot that you have taken time out of your day to contact me. Let me address a few things, so we are all on the same page.

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If the subject manner of the books isn’t what you are interested in, you can donate a book in the following ways, which would mean a lot to me.

  1. A friend or neighbor. Who doesn’t love getting a book?
  2. The pediatric unit of your local hospital or, better yet, a Shriners hospital (Shriners has been an integral part of our families’ lives, and they are fabulous. They take difficult life situations and make them better).
  3. A woman’s shelter (I spent a good chunk of time there as a kid. I was thankful for the playroom that had books on a shelf.)

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What I enjoyed most about my talks with Terry is the fact that he continues to better himself, and he is well rounded. He has experienced a lot of life, which I think adds to how he views his subject matter. I also had a good chuckle over some of his early works. He reminds me where we can all end up when we continue to strive to be better.


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