In and around treatments and weirdness, I'm trying to live a "normal" life, or what passes for normal nowadays. On Saturday I attended a library lecture offered by an Abraham Lincoln expert.
I grew up in Illinois so Land of Lincoln thinking still comes more readily to me than General Vallejo, Bear Flag history and such. On the other hand, they do connect. There is evidence of some correspondence between General Vallejo and President Lincoln, both leaders within their own spheres.
Saturday's lecture reminded me of how much I like to draw fellow listeners in various venues. Yesterday, for no reason I can fathom, I photocopied all the drawings I've made in church in the recent past. I completely filled one album and have many more besides. The total was something approaching 100. I don't know which surprised me more - that I had actually been in church that often or that I had drawn that much while I was there. Seeing the collection all in one place, rather than scattered now and then in sketchbooks here and there, only made me want to attend church often and draw even more!