Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Giving Thanks


There is so much to be thankful for this year.  In the world of my art, I am grateful for all my friends and followers who have ever left a comment on my blog, or on Facebook.  Thank you for continually supporting me over the last three years.  It means a lot to me.  To all the great artists whom I have studied with, I want to say thank you for your guidance and inspiration.  I especially want to thank all of the people who have purchased my paintings.  You make me very proud!

12 comments:

  1. So glad to here that your son is OK.. That could be so scary.. Love your oil painting.

    Hugs~

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  2. Lovely painting and beautiful thoughts sharing what you are grateful for.
    So glad you Son is alright!

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  3. I'm so glad your son is ok Linda !! You are such a deeply spiritual person and a great inspiration to me and probably many others. In times of crisis this is what helps and your beautiful painting says it all.

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  4. Lovely painting Linda. Very glad to hear that your son is O.K. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

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  5. So glad your son and his friends are okay. Beautiful painting! Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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  6. Actually, he was driving alone. The other two were in the other car.

    Thank you everyone for your support.

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  7. Oh, Linda, so glad everyone survived the accident, but also chilled to read of it here. I'll be thinking of you and am grateful that you sound so strong. But please let me know if I can be of support.... (p.s. I like your painting!)

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  8. Linda, this is a lovely painting!.
    It is very good news to hear your son and the other two boys are okay!
    Sending Happy Thanksgiving wishes your way!

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  9. Glad to hear healing is beginning. Love the painting especially the flower that appears to be in prayer, reflection or reverence.

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  10. Linda,
    So Thankful everyone is alright! Take it easy on yourself, it takes awhile to get over the shock of an accident.
    Your painting is beautiful and telling us the rest of the story makes it even more so.

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  11. Oh my Linda - I just saw this! What a pure blessing that your son and the others survived. Yes it is traumatic to experience a near miss although thank God for the outcome. Keep talking it out - recovering is a process even when the body isn't injured.

    And I'm grateful for your friendship and the inspiration and support you so generously give. You are a gift.

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