Janet’s ‘take on ageing’

Can you guess who caught my attention as I floated meaningfully on the web today?

Someone I call a rare specie. An amazing woman called Janet Weight Reed. Janet is an artist of class who’s been answering her call for forty years. She is “best known for her love of colour.”

This heart-of-gold woman turned 70 recently; and to be honest with you, I am still to forgive myself for failing to join the party train in her London apartment. Her family flew in from across the ocean to celebrate. A shower of love, Janet had a special anniversary cake.

What caught my attention today about her, however, is this post that I find excellent for people of my age and even more for the young who need this knowledge to start steering the boat of their own lives early enough in the right direction.

Janet gives her ‘take on the ageing process.”  Read her: “Having just celebrated my 70th birthday, I thought I would write something on my feelings about the ageing process.”

As customary with her posts, her words tie the knot with her paintings and the symbiosis is exquisite.

You will elated spending some time with Janet on her lovely site.

4 thoughts on “Janet’s ‘take on ageing’

  1. I have just spotted this and thank you very much for such kind words. Coming from you, someone I regard very highly and love to follow your blog, it means even more. Thank you so much and I hope you enjoy a lovely evening. Janet:)

    • It gave me great joy doing this for you Janet; and beyond that, sharing your inspiring life and thoughts with others which I hope will inspire many to do better with their lives. Many blessings to you.

      • Good morning and again thank you so much for your very kind words. I do hope that maybe by sharing my own experiences it might help others especially when it comes to following a creative endeavour in life. The funny thing is that like so many, I still feel very young inside. In a certain way it’s strange to think that along with being 70 comes not only years of personal experience, but also the understanding that I have seen quite a bit of recent history:) Janet.

        • Thanks for sharing all that you share. Anyone who takes time to read what you share will draw a lot of inspiration and strength from it. Keep feeling young. Staying young at heart will enable you to do much more for humanity. Many blessings to you, lovely Janet.

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