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Kermit Lied. It’s Easy Being Green

In fact, I’ll bet you’re green with envy right now

Kermit would be so happy here, just being green. Photo by author

My art teacher, Jan Hart, originally from Seattle, once told me that she had to escape the Pacific Northwest because she was “sick of painting green.” So she moved to New Mexico, which is mostly anything but green. Now, she makes her home…

A place for duuudes of all sexes, ages, religions, and coffee-preferences to hang out and shoot the sh!t about their latest creations, to brag, lament, query, or quote, it’s all good…

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Adelia Ritchie

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