There was so much going on since my last post, I didn’t think I had produced any artwork. So glad I was wrong. Lost track of time, too, as I transitioned in my job to a new and much better schedule; finally got approval on a mortgage modification, connected with former co-workers, old school friends, and family I had lost track of; mourned the loss of two of them to cancer and another to a ripe old age, a grand patriarch celebrated by his loved ones. My son’s illness hangs on, and there is nothing I can do about it (after many years of trying).
Hello to Mary Korfanty, the strongest and bravest woman I know! To Helaina Meara’s spirit: do you know I think of you often with fond memories? Hey cousin Vickie! I hope I really do get to visit you and Bill in Germany before you move back stateside. So cool to discover you are a talented stained glass artist! Jim G from BA, I consider emailing you and lose my nerve.
When Cousin-Sister Julie comes to visit, I am looking forward to taking her on a jaunt in my new Nissan Cube. Almost waited too long to replace my old beloved Chevy. I am looking forward to rendezvouz with my artsy friends here in Dallas, and online, and with precious grandson, Castle, and to the autumn and winter season. I am looking forward to getting Medicare. I am looking forward.