So there you have it. An odd post to be sure--but definitely not scary.
P.S. I am listening to Sleeping Doll by Jeffery Deaver.
Chris is up next with dark gray, white/silver and a brick-ish basket weave background. We purposely chose to alternate the basket weave fabric to add even more interest. Chris has started pinning her two halves together ready for that final seam.
Wilma chose dark green, bright red and black for her star. She has a bright pink for the small border and a lovely rose patterned fabric that pulls in all the colors for her large border. Truly eye-catching!
Such a handsome man. A dedicated husband and father. His legacy includes hard work, love, friendship, laughter, patience and so much more.
Last night my mom, youngest brother, and I were with him when he made his final journey. He was such a special man--I can't think of a single person who didn't like him. His ready smile and great sense of humor have been passed to us, his lucky children.
Here is a picture of him taken in February on his 91st birthday. You can see that special mischievous gleam in his eyes. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
I love and miss you, Dad. See you on the other side.
That's it for tonight. I've spent quite a bit of today painting, and you will see the results of that soon.
Til next time, dear readers, remember how truly special you are.
Hugs to all,