Thank you for liking my page. I try to change it once a day or so. Please feel free to stop by and take a look. I really admire your paintings in pastel. They are really beautiful. Congratulations on being featured. I am glad that you are still here. I remember you have been here a long time. Ellen
Pastelpainter, congratulations on being named a featured member of the week and thank you so much all your kind words on my Blogs. It means so much to me to know folks are reading some of them at least.
Hello Maureen. I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your daughter's Border Collie. What a great picture of her! Our old Aggie has developed Epilepsy, which is aging her (she's 13). The loss of our pet companions is so difficult. My condolences to your daughter, and to you as well. Trudy
Maureen, oh my, with our frigid weather, it's hard for me to imagine your heat! I hope you get a break soon. Yay, tennis! As for the tablet to make me better making me feel worse in the meantime, that's exactly the situation. Reading some on my Kindle, waiting for time to pass...
Hi Maureen, thanks for your comment. I am definitely taking it one day at a time; right now I don't feel too well. My antibiotic, Doxycycline, keeps me off-balance, but I'll be through with it in 5 days and then should feel a lot better. Here in my area, we're having snow and frigid weather; I understand Australia is hot! I hope you and Renae are staying comfortable. Trudy
Thank you for your very kind words you left on my blog yesterday. your comments are always so nice and what you say means a lot for me. I deeply appreciate you, even if there were an audience of 1, id likely keep writing. Thanks so much.
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