12″ x 16″ oil on archival paper
4 1/2″ x 6″ watercolor and ink
Gorgeous. One step back and a giant step forward. Les would be proud – in fact I think her smile is raining down on us today.
Your picture arriving large on my screen left me with a “wow” response. A hospital room that is beautiful.
How beautiful. I especially like the oil.
superb, I hope you are doing alright.
Robert, thank you for your comment. I’m sorry to have to tell you that I am not alright.
I am truly sorry to hear that, at least spring will be here soon, that always makes me feel better.
Hi Bill, I feel for you when I read of your pain and loss, it’s one step at a time and take heart from the happy memories you have of Les, they will always be with you and will give you strength to rejoice in life again as I imagine (from what I’ve read of Les) she would want for you. Take care.
Robert, spring is here and I’m feeling a bit better. Thank you for your kindness.
Eithna, it’s nice to hear from you. I know Les wants the best for me and I’m doing all I can to progress through this difficult time. Thank you for your kind words and also for pointing me to John O’Donahue. I’ve found solace in his words. I wish you sunshine!
Good to see that some clouds are shifting, I’m glad you found John O’ Donoghue he had a special insight into our hearts, mind and soul. Only last week I saw the house where he lived in Connemara, a magical place on the side of a mountain, when you get back here I’ll show it to you.
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