I have been painting and I helped the gallery decorate a tree for them that they gave to a local charity.
I want to call my mom many times during the day and remember there is no longer a reason to pick up my phone, I just look up instead.
Here it is the 12th of December and our first real snow is falling yes it looks pretty but it will be a mess to move to make it safe underfoot. JT will love being out with me as I clear pathways and wait for me to throw her a snowball.
The tree above was adorned with the members of the Seacoast Artist Association in Exeter NH and sold for over $200.00 which went to the charity for children locally.
I had a wonderful time at the 2 craft fairs I set up for and made so many sales I was shocked.
Really thought I was on Candid Camera lol
I offered cards like the scene above far from a traditional Christmas card but they loved them.
My girl is hurting and getting old but I was determined to let her see her favorite spot before we were in the depths of winter, buried by snow. She was so happy which filled our hearts as well.
Merry Christmas to you all and Happy Holidays to those who celebrate a different one.
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I am so pleased you sold your art work so well Eunice ,you certainly deserve it. You have worked so hard while taking care of your mom. Have a really wonderful Xmas even though I know you will miss her. Also very best wishes for the New Year 2017. x
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to your home from ours xo I swear I never expected so much positive feedback 🙂 I have you all to thank who saw me dive right into the deep end 🙂
Good to see JT on the beach again. I bet you didn’t get there too often this year. And good to hear you are keeping busy and doing good things for your community still. All the best Eunice, and stay warm!
Thanks Cathy no and as we all have health issues and have had so much going on it was nice even for a quick walk on a cold day with our happy girl 🙂
My heart goes out to you for your Mom, Eunice. My dear one has been gone for ten years now and there is not a day that I don’t miss her dearly. Congratulations on the awesome sales at your craft fairs–I’m not a bit surprised! Sending thoughts, love, prayers and wishes for a Merry Christmas as you hold the cherished memories of Christmases past in your heart. Love, Bette
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