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This Blog Has Eyes

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It appears that my little ol’ blog has made it into the big time! In the latest turn of events from the decade-plus lawsuit I’ve been weighted-down with, my adversary has credited my writing with having such credibility and influence, as to deserve a number of hyper-linked citations to it in his/her latest pleadings. I suppose I should feel honored to some extent that my adversary not only extended the effort to track me all over the internet, but then spent well over 30 hours to read each and every one of my 158 posts. Does he/she simply find my posts and artwork to be that excellent and entertaining that it deserves so much time? Or was the time spent as part of a vitriolic and cynical hunt, looking for (and expecting to find) the type of vitriol and false accusations directed at him/her that my adversary has made a career of flinging at me?

As I’ve lamented many times before, it is virtually impossible to relate to someone who is either unable and/or unwilling to recognize where they end and others begin. Such persons (whom I’ll refer to as “Vlad” for the sake of convenience) project upon others, their own motivations and morality (or with either the prefix “a” or “im” as may be appropriate) and therefore fully expect others to take the type of actions that they would under same or similar circumstances. The biggest problem with this is that Vlad is apparently clueless that Vlad’s arguments are with a person created in their own imagination and have no accurate relationship to the thoughts, motivations or actions of the very real, flesh and blood person at the center of Vlad’s private hurricane. Case in point, are Vlad’s insinuations that my blog reveals my “true” feelings, motivation and intent which are allegedly vengeful, fanatical, obsessed, self-righteous, malicious, and that my motions before the Court(s) have been persecutory, legally improper and without any reasonable basis in fact.

I will not attempt to use this blog to defend any of those allegations (which I have only paraphrased above for sake of brevity), as that will be properly addressed in the courts. What I will say here is that Vlad is correct in the claim this blog reflects my “true” feelings, motivation and intent. While I completely disagree with Vlad’s conclusions, I think my postings to this blog speak for themselves, especially when taken as a whole and not snippets without context. And I’m very proud to stand on that record.

Because this is an active case now before two separate courts, it is not in anyone’s best interest to make suppositions or to prejudge the parties or issues. So, while I greatly appreciate the support I’ve received from many of my readers both on and off the blog, I specifically ask that such commentary be either kept neutral or communicated privately off this public blog. Thanks so much for understanding.

Free Clip-Art / Icons of the Day

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Tonight’s freebies are not my typical fare. They are my heartfelt tribute to a very special and important woman in my life, my mother-in-law, Catherine Ann Fath Javorek. “Katie” as she preferred to be called, passed away last week, peacefully in her sleep, at the age of 92. Almost everyone who knew her, described Katie as a “Sweetheart”. She was caring and funny and always ready to stuff you with food. A deeply religious woman, dedicated to her Catholic faith, she nevertheless graciously welcomed me into her family and cheered when our son became a Bar Mitzvah. Katie introduced me to quilting while I was pregnant with Rob and shared her “Quilting Buddies” with me at monthly get-together. She loved flowers – outside, and enjoyed when I would read out loud to her from her favorite poetry book by Edna St. Vincent Millay. But most of all, Katie loved and lived for her 3 children, 4 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren. I will miss her greatly but am comforted by the thought that she is now off dancing somewhere among the stars with her beloved Eddie.


Cross & Jesus Relief

Cross & Shroud

R.I.P. Catherine Ann Fath Javorek


Hydrangeas Batik (Blank Card)
Hydrangeas Batik (Blank Card)
Beautiful hydrangeas are the subject of this original digital painting by IconDoIt, that has the look of a hand-dyed fabric batik. A coördinated colored interior, the inside is blank. What occasion will you use it for?
Hydrangeas on a Fence (blank card)
Hydrangeas on a Fence (blank card)
Hydrangeas on a Fence (blank card)
Profuse hydrangea blossoms escaping over and through a white picket fence, this card features the 2nd in a series of original, batik-look hydrangea paintings by IconDoIt. Coordinated color interior with no text means no limit on it’s use!

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3 thoughts on “This Blog Has Eyes

  1. Dear Leslie,

    Hello. I don’t have much time, but wanted to say you certainly outdid yourself with the icons/art this time! Absolutely!

    My sympathies to your family for your loss. Your written tribute to “Katie” is beautiful. The Rest In Peace with the green background and a rose is so pretty.

    Thank you for sharing this on your blog.

    About your very pretty cards. I would use those for many occasions. I needed one today for my sister’s birthday and either care with the Hydrangeas would be perfect. She and my mother have planted many and they are growing fast right now.

    • God Bless you, Princess Dogkisses! Your are true and loyal friend and I appreciate all your kind support. It’s been an overwhelming couple of weeks on top of everything else I was dealing with. Yesterday, my step-mother passed away and so it continues. Neither life NOR death are for the faint of heart. My prayers are with you through your own burdens. Lets talk this weekend. Best time to reach you? -L

      • Thank you Leslie. “Princess Dogkisses!” How sweet and what a nice thing to hear at this awful hour of being awake and not feeling so great.

        I’m so sorry to hear of your step-mother passing. My sympathies goes out to you. I am holding you and your dear family in my heart and hoping yours will be a little lighter in good time.

        You can call anytime. Obviously, my schedule is off, due to too much perspiring when I lie down. I simply can’t take it.
        My home is the best place to call. Cell phone died and haven’t gotten another one yet.

        I miss you and always have you in my heart.

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