About

Since September 28, 2007 this has been my own little hobby version of social media but less interactive. It’s somewhat of a social soliloquy.

Ed’s ArtSite resides on IONOS web hosting internet servers at web address https://eds-art.net… The content and format has changed a great deal since its start. Especially at the beginning of 2020 after I retired.

Freedom’s elation and the Covid-19 pandemic “sheltering in place” created a lot of “free” time and it was a website publishing paradigm shift when I discovered how to create text hyperlinks.

In July 2022, I switched to WordPress as my web publishing tool in order to take advantage of its blog features.

On November 18, 2023, I changed the website name from Ed’s Art Net to Ed’s ArtSite and my tagline to “Casting to the Net”. The web address remains https://eds-art.net


Me

I’m a wacky doodle mutt.

Sometimes I make up words. It’s a free country. At least it was in my youth. So I learned to think freely from the 1950’s and 1960’s culture that I was growing up in. I learned proper behavior from black and white TV shows.

I like to call myself a commonologist. I like it because it reflects my demeanor. “Common…” because I am no better or worse than anyone I have ever met or heard of except One. And I’m an “…ologist” because I’m a fundamentally curious creature with a whimsical knack for the obvious. A “commonologist” – I like to believe that I share those traits with a lot of people.

I identify simply as a retired working family man. I’ve worked many odd jobs and more than one profession.

My good friend Travis once asked if I thought God’s purpose for me was to be a teacher. I loved the question. Travis knows that I have some strong opinions. He loves me anyway! 😎

At my core, I’m an artist… not a teacher. I simply want you to feel good. I hope that something you see, read or feel from this website and its links, helps you in some good way like it helps me.

Ed
Casting to the Net
favorite book – Job
Questions: ed@eds-art.net

About my family

About my favorite youngest daughter

About my favorite oldest daughter

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