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Giving Thanks

Still Life with Dahlias5"x 7" Oil on linen Panel
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Still Life with Mandarin6"x 6" Oil on linen Panel
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Still Life with Red Pepper5"x 7" Oil on linen Panel
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I have so much to be thankful for this year. In August, this was hard to see, but your lovely cards and messages of many different kinds have been so uplifting and wonderful reminders to stay positive. So, a BIG thank you to all of you for sharing your kindness and taking the time to pass on such needed words of encouragement. They have made me stronger so that I am able to be a more help to my mother. 
When someone is going through cancer, little things seem to make an incredible difference. One of those things has been making chemo caps for my mom out of pretty scarfs and handkerchiefs. I also took the time to make some art-teaching aprons for the coming semester's Studio Art class. Those Frida fabrics were a wonderful surprise.





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