Remember when you were younger and the thing to do was keeping a diary? It had a lock
and a key, and you probably hid it under the mattress or in a closet. Women will relate to
this more than men. Today we call them journals and both men and women “journal”.
My mother kept a diary in 1939 as a teenager. I remember her telling me it didn’t have a
lock so she wrote some of it in Spanish so her mother wouldn’t know what she was
writing. I found that diary and I can read Spanish. Nowadays we tell the world everything
about ourselves through the Internet, and when we do it on a regular basis in a prescribed
format, we call it a blog. The Trust has a new website, and with it the capability to blog.
Our purpose, though, is to share information hopefully in an interesting and entertaining
manner about anything arts-related. And to invite guest bloggers and Trustees to share
their opinions and ideas in the interest of advancing arts dialogue. We invite you to join
us as we begin our journal journey.