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  • Sleepless-Puppet
  • Joined: Thu Jan 24, 2013 4:04 pm
  • Last visited: Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:59 pm
  • Member Type: Artist/Photographer
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  • My Real Name Nadine Bellusio
  • Location: Italy
  • Age: 24
  • Occupation: Student
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by ehoeveler on Mon Sep 01, 2014 4:26 pm
Nadine, my Dear! New York is overrated but still interesting to see.
You'll get there when the time is right, I know. Still, you have a great opportunity to glean painting tips from family members.
Listen, if the economic situation is bad over there you can now sneak
into the US (as Long as BO is Pres.) - fill up your knapsack and start truckin', girl! E
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by ehoeveler on Tue Apr 29, 2014 3:54 am
Dear Nadine; Hey, Girl! Where are you?
We all wish you a Happy Birthday and
hope you'll be celebrating another year as a creating artist.
Take care, and Enjoy.
Ehoeveler and everybody at ASC
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by ehoeveler on Tue Jan 14, 2014 6:55 pm
Hi, Nadine! Where are you and how are you? Did you make it to NY? E
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by ehoeveler on Thu Jun 13, 2013 6:26 pm
Nadine! So nice to hear from you. No, it usually never is weighty for me to listen to other's thoughts, especially about art. I'm not sure what you were trying to achieve (and didn't care 'cause they looked great!) with your two handsome boys - did you feel that you met your objective with them?
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by ehoeveler on Mon Apr 29, 2013 5:54 pm
Happy Birthday, Nadine!!!!! :D
E and the Gang at ASC
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by ehoeveler on Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:43 pm
Hi Nadine - You are being very open about yourself
and that approach will generally garner more support.
I've come to realize that ego and pride are entertwined
and I do remember one art teacher saying that artists should leave their ego's in the refrigerator, at least while creating...
sort of gets in the way.
However there's nothing wrong with having good self-esteem
so I'll bolster you up a bit; #1) You are pretty. #2) You are
young with your life ahead of you. #3) you speak 3 languages!
and #4) you have artistic talent.
I will counsel you to try to rise above those who would work
to break your self-esteem. They are suffering themselves and are in a hell of their own design.
Find the people who support you emotionally and build a support system - very important.
Alright, lemme take a look at your 'Cake'! Keep me posted. E
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by ehoeveler on Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:32 pm
Hi, Nadine! I was wondering where you went to!
I'm very glad that you're staying in the game - I saw
one of your latest and (ADD-me) forgot to comment.
I will do so! E
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by ehoeveler on Sun Feb 24, 2013 1:01 am
Hi, Nadine; Sorry to get back so late.
Are you saying that you feel alienated from your parents?
Feel like a stranger in a strange land (family setting)?
I certainly felt like that with my own Mom and Dad - they were
too busy making money and climbing that social ladder.
My sibs and I were raised like weeds, pretty much left to
our own devices unless there was the potentiality of
one of the kids disgracing the family in some way.
Then, the glaring spotlight was upon us and it was
real uncomfy. My two sisters and brother were smart enough
to 'take the good things and leave the bad' but I was
always trying to get my folks to change. Of course, they
never did.
As I got older I began in different ways to understand why
they were like that, how their parents raised them, etc.
It was hard and took a long time but eventually I got there.
Are you still going to NYC? Whatever you do, unless your
folks are really awful, don't jeopardize your school funding -
know what I mean? I know when I was your age, everything
looked dark and doomed but keep in mind that your teens and late teens are probably the worst, most angst-ridden time of
your life. I think the worst thing for me was that I had No control
over anything - I didn't know what I wanted and I sure didn't know how to get what I wanted. Hope this helps in some
small way and please keep me in the loop, OK?
'Best, E
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