I recently wrote about the Mixed Media Memoirs site, a very cool participatory site which posts a topic each week and encourages you to create a work of art based on one your journal entries with that topic in mind. Entries submitted are posted on the site. Melba McMullin was kind enough to ask me to provide this week’s topic, and I chose “What Change Do You Witness…” My idea here is that while change sometimes seems sudden, or the realization of a change might just hit you one day, it is often the result of a very long process made up of subtleties and nuance, decisive action as well as adaptation to things that you simply have no control over whatsoever. What is clear to me is that a deeper understanding of how a change occurred — whether it’s positive or negative — will help you either lock it in and grow it (if it’s positive) or figure out a way to turn things around (negative). Change is always happening whether you want it to or not. So that is why I ask, “What Change Do You Witness…” I hope you’ll participate in this week’s Mixed Media Memoirs topic. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.