About Me

It is with wonder that at this moment you clicked the about button.  WordPress has instructional suggestions for a blogger about what readers want to know about the author.  They also say that this page is read more than any other page of information you have on your blog.

I have been blogging for over a decade and, I have had very few readers that ever read my bio.  Believe me, I am not cynical. I truly believe that most readers are interested in the blog and less curious about the author.

After high school, I enjoyed two years in a great cooking school, which gave me skills I still use today.  After that, I spent one and a half years as a draftee and spent most of that time in Vietnam in the Infantry.  Ordinary life returned and I worked in an exclusive country club in East Hampton, New York.  My next move was to Chicago where I owned a small bakery.  While at the bakery I was hired by a top-notch caterer in Chicago.  A few years later I became the Vice President and did very well.  I left at the end of 16 years to move to Arizona where at 50 I entered college and seven years later graduated with a Masters in Fine Arts Degree in Fiber.

I see the world differently now and have many outlets to express myself.  A few years ago I found sculpture to be a remarkable way for expression.  While making the sculptures I began to paint.  Now, painting in watercolor is the only medium I work in.  I was mesmerized by the endless colors you can make and a painting can be soft or as intense in color as you wish.  I know it is the way for me to express my thoughts.

Ten years ago I began blogging.  I have had more than one blog and one day I wanted to combine them all.  Together they are a history, a passage of my life and a catalyst to believe its synthesis is of my whole body and my mind.


3 comments on “About Me

  1. George and Gayle says:

    Hi Frank

    I was reading your website and Gayle heard the music and came in to look over shoulder (its a good thing I wan”t looking at any porno!).

    I guessthisis the art exhibit you did after graduation. It very inovative and am sorry I missed it….. how long ago was that.

    Anyway Im just starting to read through your site and will get back to you.



    ps: let me know you got this. Yesterday i found a website by someone who has the rare blood disorder I think I have but th email i sent got bounced back.


    • suntithenai says:

      George and Gayle, So nice to hear from you. It sounds as if you were listening to the video of my show after grad school. Whoa!!–that was ages ago when I was still young and spirited. I am having my knee replacement from last year taken out and a new one put in on Monday. This does not be smile……….Come to visit again and read more!! Frank


  2. dlip says:

    Hello Frank
    Dalip often asks about you, he is greatly moved by your story. I don’t know if I ever mentioned that my daughter is a chef in Vancouver. You must be very good to have completed the, I believe, extremely demanding course at the Culinary Institute. Do you still enjoy cooking? For me, it’s good therapy.
    Take care, cyber friend and don’t stop writing and visiting. Although I have been remiss about updating the Clock Struck One.
    The good news is, Dalip is slowly and steadily improving, although he sometimes has bouts of depression.


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