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Artist’s Lane: Guarding the ruts to follow

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist Ruts took on a new meaning for me when I attended an all-day prayer retreat recently. I stepped out into 6 inches of snow that…

Artist’s Lane: Snowman for all seasons

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist My Sweet Al and I have spent our winter evenings watching movies and documentaries. One in particular is a documentary about Harry de Leyer and…

Artist’s Lane: Brown bag special

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist Being served from a brown paper bag has taken on new meaning if you’ve dined out recently. What once stored collectibles or hid a “forty”…

Artist’s Lane: Trusting the unexpected

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist There is an expression that I have used many times when facing a trial or difficulty: where the rubber meets the road. It’s a phrase…

Artist’s Lane: Life is a page-turner

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist If life is a book, then God is the author. I trust he knows where this story will take us, whether I do or not.…

Artist’s Lane: When to leave the party? Where we were then

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist Perusing my old “Artist’s Lane” articles, I found an article I wrote in 2016. It’s interesting to read where we were four years ago: I…

Artist’s Lane: The camouflaged pole

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist We stopped, started and swerved all over the road in 2020. The year was like driving an old Ford Edsel. Unforgettable, but still an Edsel. …

Artist’s Lane: Moving forward without looking back

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist A new year has come and we made it. Barry Manilow’s song “I Made It Through the Rain” comes to mind. The Pagosa Springs High…

Artist’s Lane: I will see you again

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist It was one of those phone calls where I’d hoped I was still in deep sleep. After sitting up in bed and collecting my thoughts,…

Artist’s Lane: Mary, did you know?

By Betty Slade PREVIEW Columnist She was a teenager when she learned her life would change forever. The voice of a visitor with a heaven-sent message would have been enough…

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