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As you know, I’ve been reworking old paintings from my paint and sip studio into new, quirky paintings that I call Page’s Ponderings (including the Little One paintings I’ve been posting over the last few days). Well, I finally got my butt in gear and got them uploaded onto Etsy for sale. I know, it shouldn’t have taken me so long, but I suffer from very serious conditions called laziness and too-much-other-shit-to-do-ness.

If you’re interested, you can find them here. And if you’re feeling generous, maybe post a link on your social media? And if you’re wishing I was generous, feel free to post a link to your own etsy/redbubble/fineartamerica/cafepress/zazzle/otherartrelated store in the comments below, and I’ll post a link on my social media.


Thanks so much for reading my ridiculous thoughts! If you’d like to see my ridiculous thoughts translated into art, visit my website, or follow me on Facebook and Twitter. Know a caregiver, or someone with dementia, or someone who knows someone with dementia, or someone who knows someone who knows someone else who’s a caregiver? Or heck, do you know a person? Well, you should tell them about my book, Fractured Memories: Because Demented People Need Love, Too. Part memoir and part coffee table art book, I recount my family’s heartbreaking and hilarious journey through my father’s dementia. Available to purchase here (this is my favorite way if you live in the U.S.), here or here if you’d rather get the eBook than a print copy, and here (especially if you want a hard cover copy).