Monthly Archives: May 2014

MY HIGHWAY ANGEL

I had a great summer with my Mom and Dad in southern Saskatchewan and decided to drive home the end of September. It was going to be a long drive all the way to the B.C. coast with just my … Continue reading

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PAINTING MY WAY TO TUSCANY

Even when an artist does produce something seemingly original the source of that idea must have been from somewhere other than themselves. I wondered about that this week as I picked up my paintbrushes and tried to put the finishing … Continue reading

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BOOK LOVERS NEVER GO TO BED ALONE

I just purchased a lovely bookshelf and thought it was time to keep only the books that mean something to me. I have some wonderful classics and their gold embossed pages are ever so delicate and it gives me a … Continue reading

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A MILLION SMILES

  All my life, I have wondered. Can I save this smile And place it in a box. A gift for sadness, Darkness and grief.   A collection of them In a day. Garnered while watching Butterflies, sunsets and Couples … Continue reading

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REFLECTIONS OF A DREAM

My¬† heart withdrew From the dream. What is now Doesn’t matter. This life, this universe Whatever it is Cannot be real.   It will never come again, Reversed thoughts On fickle time. We are asleep, Perfect in mind And spirit. … Continue reading

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