I went to my exhibition yesterday to have two interviews about the show. The
first reporter/blogger, Natasha of Tashadoestulsa.com called and said that both
her son and herself were under the weather and she would have to reschedule.
There has been a lot of weather to be under around here lately. We had about
6 straight days of rain at that point.
I had brought my markers and napkins so while I waited for the second reporter
I drew today’s napkin. I was inspired by Tasha to think about children and found
this quote that really hits at one of the age old ways in which we pass on strength
and courage to the young. We show them we are willing to face whatever befalls us,
the ultimate befalling of which is death.
I haven’t faced that for myself yet, but I have witnessed a number who have.
this is a thank you note to Vivian Johnson and Connie Graham, my two successive
Mothers-in-law, who passed away with more courage than fear, and more faith than
doubt. I appreciate them and how they showed their children and grandchildren
how to have courage in life.
Don’t forget, my Napkin Drawing exhibition is up from now until June 6th.
Come to the opening reception on May 14th, 6-8p
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