Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Last week I heard at the grocery store that my dear friend, Doris Mae Custis was dying soon,like any minute. I grabbed a bunch of bright tulips, so she could see them and chocolate pudding. I went as soon as I put my groceries mostly up. Rev.Rob, and Linda were there. Doris Mae couldn't move, open her eyes or talk,but I know she understood us.Rob said a beautiful prayer. I got to tell her how much I loved her and I cried all the way home and more. She died the next day. I am thankful I got to see her. I made an apple cake for the after service dinner. We had 3 nights of revival, at church which they asked me to work in the kitchen. Then Ruth Custis, another dear friend passed away, another funeral, Apple cake and so many more tears,how blessed I have 2 friends, these 2 dear dear ladies.
My art reflects what my heart feels. Does Yours? Love to each of you and hugs too,Diana
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
|Day lily 8x10 original|
|Orchid from Norfolk Botanical Garden after class.|
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Beth and I took my paintings down to the Lemon Tree Gallery in Cape Charles, on Monday. Here is a photo of Clelia and Mary Ann in the beautiful gallery. This show opens Friday night.
I am teaching at Norfolk Botanical Garden this Saturday. Daffodils, Hellebore, and Common Blue butterflies. All blooming here, I am glad to say. Spring seels to be here. So beautiful. I drew Crocus yesterday, Sadie and me sitting in the grass in the sunshine. Take care hope spring is popping where you are, my love to you Diana
The last photo is Elizabeth, Gertraud, and Gary, with Elizabeth 's 2 puppies.from Heritage Festival. Talk soon!