Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Making Your Dreams Come True

Debbie Ford -- Allow Your Dreams To Come True

Debbie Ford, a brilliant and loving author, speaker, coach, radio personality, gave so much to our world.  As her sister, Arielle Ford wrote:

“Debbie innovated groundbreaking work around the human shadow and grew into her role as a teacher, sharing her insightful shadow work through her many books, lectures, workshops, coaching programs, TV and radio shows, and even a movie -- helping hundreds of thousands around the world transform their pain into "their best life." Debbie helped so many people go beyond their limited perspective of themselves and reconnect to the love, joy, and peace of their true selves”

We are all our own teachers as well learning from one another -- we are here to share our gifts in whatever direction they take us.  

Our world will miss this incredible woman, and her work certainly made a difference in my life and her wisdom will live on and on!

Thank you, Debbie Ford, for your life here on earth.  Here's to the "Joy" that Debbie Ford brought to our world!

Let’s all allow our dreams to come true -- today and everyday.  

"Joy"  30 x 30 Oil on Canvas

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Painting in New England

It’s always a great idea to look at paintings that you have done in the past and rediscover their beauty!  It’s a celebration of you as an artist!

Looking at paintings with a new eye gives you a new opportunity to see how you painted and look at your own techniques -- it is a lesson in itself.  And, as always, look at your art and all art with loving eyes -- it will make you smile!

Make this day the Best Day of Your Life!

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

A Lollapalooza Weekend

The Blizzard of 2013

This storm was the first major storm for me since I was in New England in 1978!  And although this storm was a little  scary for me, we were blessed!  While most of Marshfield and Situate were without power, we had the needed essentials --  power, heat,  great food, and a fireplace to make it a true “snowed-in” experience.

The wind was blowing so hard and the snow was blowing sideways, and yet as I looked out the window, I only saw white magic!  The next day was truly a photographer’s dream, with the blue sky and the white, untouched snow.  I was in heaven, and I smiled as I walked for hours, taking pictures, and feeling that I was home -- again.

Here are a few of the many photos that I took on Saturday -- the day after the storm.

I am finding my way back to ME.  And I am thrilled to be back to blogging!

Make this day the Best Day of Your Life!

This is a painting!!!!