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Re: Wow! You really get around! Hope your back is all better and you get a

decshak, if I had a camera, but mine died. I can no longer preserve pieces in my gallery as I sell them before they are photographed.

I had fun in Fountain Hills at the signing and spent two nights at my brother's house. That was fun.

World Care gave the angel to the singer that came from Rwanda to sing at the fundraiser and that was good.

My job this week is to fix my darned fence to hold the darned puppy (now almost one year old) inside the property. I cannot give her away as she runs away and that costs money if the pound finds her first....

So, I spent money on things to secure the wall and the puppy. I have helpers coming this pm and tomorrow am....

Back is better, kidneys whining again.

posted by benzinha on November 17, 2007 at 1:47 PM | link to this | reply

Re: To work is to live, I guess.

majroj, my mom is 84 and still painting. Her quilting is getting to be too much for her hands and fingers and arms, so, it is back to her painting as an outlet..........and sending emails....

She scans photos from her ancient books and tells me to change them some and to paint them on canvas. We inspire each other, I think.

Your auntie sounds like a busy, involved and life filled person who would be good to know. Send me the  photo to see.....May we, who love to work, work until we die, suddenly.

posted by benzinha on November 17, 2007 at 1:41 PM | link to this | reply

Wow! You really get around! Hope your back is all better and you get a
chance to let us know more! I'd love to see your African Angel!

posted by WindTapper on November 15, 2007 at 6:45 PM | link to this | reply

Loved hearing about all of this.
Frida Kahlo -  I saw a retrospective at the Tate Modern in London. It stays with me. There is something about her work. Pity about the camera for us far away folk but I know what you mean about just being in the place and time without recording it.

posted by Azur on November 3, 2007 at 9:53 AM | link to this | reply

To work is to live, I guess.
My sister recently sent me a photo of my aunt's paintings hanging behind Ray Bradbury at a speaking engagement. I think it was part of Vincent Price's purchases, might have been East LA College or such. I think she still paints when she isn't messing with her computer , is in her eighties.

posted by majroj on November 1, 2007 at 6:01 PM | link to this | reply

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