Many years ago, I used to watch a show on television titled, Sunday Morning. It was on CBS but I don’t know if it’s still on or not. I’m pretty sure that’s where I saw the story about an amazing young woman and I don’t know her name but she was a nanny for a family in New York City in the 1950’s, if I remember correctly. She had what people used to call a “Box” camera because of its square shape. She always had it with her and took black and white pictures everywhere she and the children went, whether it was in the park, in stores or on the sidewalks of New York City. Fifty years after her death, someone found the photographs in old suit cases and lots of boxes; there were hundreds, maybe more, I don’t remember. They were so amazing, capturing people and everyday life, the “Fleeting Moments”, and they ended up on exhibit in art galleries.  
 Another story I remember is about a woman who lived alone in a rural area and next to her house was a huge barn. She was an artist and the loft of the barn was her studio where she spent hours alone, day after day doing oil paintings. After her death, hundreds of her paintings were discovered in the barn and like the lady who took pictures; her paintings were highly acclaimed and ended up on display in art galleries. 
 I once read that “Writers write because they have to.” I believe that’s true. I’ve always said that the greatest singers, songwriters and musicians will never be heard by the public, as they are sitting around on an old back porch somewhere doing their thing. Bob Dylan once said something to the effect, “Do what you do for yourself and if someone else likes it, fine, if not, that’s okay too.” Life is short; make every second count and do what you enjoy as often as you can. As you know, fame and fortune doesn't always bring happiness. Do what you enjoy, for who knows what tomorrow may bring and what effect your endeavors may have down some “Rambling Road” in the future…”Only Time will Tell”. May the Creator’s Blessings be upon all you do and may you live long and prosper. S. M.