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Re: Happy Holidays!

It only happens once in a great while. We go home tomorrow so it will be
back to the regular routine. What do you like to paint? I just took up
painting a few years ago and have only really worked in water color, but
I love it so much I can't convince myself to try anything else.

  I love to paint snow scenes so that is why it is fun when I am in Colorado.  So many beautiful vistas.
Has anyone heard from Betsy since the blizzard? I have seen the news
while here and Denver is still having a hard time. They talk about how
the city streets are terrible but the cleaning crew had logged so many
overtime hours they had to let them off for a day or two.


Cornergar@aol.com wrote:
  In a message dated 12/24/2006 4:08:08 PM Central Standard Time, 
pdickson@sbcglobal.net writes:
the work is never all done.
Tricia,I can totally identify! In 1959 I was an innocent in art school on my 
way to being a painter! (How impractical can you get). 3 yrs later I had 2 
babies and have been looking for a guilt free moment ever since. I know...when 
I'm gone no one is going to say 'Will you look at all those clean closets". Good 
for you for seizing the moment and doing something you love to do. Kathy

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