Is there anybody out there?

1. How should I approach a stranger?
2. How should I react to a stranger when I’m approached?

I ask myself those questions all the while I’m working on Ed’s Art Net. I’m always hoping for a really good outcome!

I’m mostly satisfied with my website approach but I haven’t received a whole lot of reaction from my earthly internet Ed’s Art website visitors.

I’m very grateful for the kindness and blessings that I HAVE received. But my visitor counter indicates that I’m getting quite a few more visits than I am comments and emails.

Maybe you’re afraid. There’s plenty to be afraid of these days. But I like to think of Ed’s Art Net as a safe oasis outside the Devil’s domain. Fear me not. I don’t seek to take advantage of anyone. I want you to be happy and feel good about your visit to Ed’s Art Net!

Maybe you think that I have things well in hand and don’t need help.

Maybe I “talk” so much that there’s nothing much left or right to say!

Well… I don’t believe that for a nanosecond. I’m old. I know things. I know that you know things. I know things and I also know that I don’t know things.

Perhaps you’re in that “I know things and I don’t know things” boat too. A commonologist like me.

But I know some of you think you know “everything”… you probably work for the government, buried in a deep dark secret hideout somewhere in Montana or Between, Georgia. Lookout Mountain would be way too obvious.

What do I know.

Maybe I’m just not getting as many visitors as my counter indicates. Maybe they’re just those prowling hostile internet robot thingys that seek to do harm or give false readings.


Must be a lot of ‘em! 

Nothing is safe these days unless your medication is working.

To those of you reading this… and those of you who will never read this… I love you! God loves you!

I have a warm fuzzy feeling that we’ll meet someday.

Thank you for being a visitor!

I hope you have a happy noodle! (head, mind)

And a Merry Christmas!!!

By Ed Caldwell

Except for some unavoidable honey-dos, I pretty much goof off for a living now. My last career job was designing internet operating circuit boards along with a distinguished team of engineers, managers and support personnel. Prior to that I was an electronics technician evolving into circuit board design in the defense industry working with tactical missile systems. My first career job was a professional artist. During my younger years I worked many odd jobs beginning at age nine with a newspaper delivery route.

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