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The story behind Hopeful

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The story behind Hopeful

It had been months since I last painted. I was recovering from shoulder surgery.  I was excited to head out on a long walk early in the morning. The sun was beginning to dawn. I call this time of day "twinkle time." The lighting was extraordinary. As I was walking along the sidewalk something inside me had me turn around...

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Joy Breaks!

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Joy Breaks!

Joy Breaks! What did you do today? How did you spend your time? Regardless of what happened, when you reflect on the day's events can you see moments of grace? To me this painting of little Franky represents Joy Breaks. One of my favorite prayers to pray for my family and friends is for them to receive joy breaks from...

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My Soul Sings, Thank you

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My Soul Sings, Thank you

Do you love listening when the piano is played? I do. I was a new attendee at my church here in Las Vegas when my attention turned toward the piano and the person playing the piano during the worship songs. Every note touched my soul. It was wonderful. After service that day I went up to meet our piano player....

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American Spirit

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American Spirit

One of my favorite holidays is fast approaching. It's almost Independence Day, the day we celebrate and commemorate the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America. 🇺🇸 There's something very special about this holiday. I love how the day begins with parades. Families gather together at parks and backyards to enjoy their favorite tasty treats. The end of...

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The Call that Changed My Life

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The Call that Changed My Life

It was a dark time for me. My first marriage was ending, and I was alone with my senior dog and guinea pig. My ex was pursuing divorce, and my heart was broken. A few months earlier I had launched my first website featuring my America's Favorite Flowers© botanical illustrations of our nation's state flowers, our capital flower and our...

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