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Art/ creativity

Hello all, as a child my family showed little interest in art, dance/theatre and music. I can't recall the radio or records (hey i'm old!) being a focus within my family unit, no dancing, pictures on the wall, trips that were culturally based or encouragement for myself or siblings in these areas. As a 'grown up' (still working on that') i always enjoyed exploring and wearing clothes from different decades the 1950's onward holding most of my interest. When i was in my late 30's a man i began dating opened Art and Jazz to me and WOW what joy i found my still current 'special interests', passion and to a degree myself, so good forum members, tell me the origin to creativity for you and how it feels and impacts on your life.

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