Face mask covers have been both a challenge and an opportunity for this high risk, older couple to make a contribution. What gets us up in the morning are thoughts of our family, especially our grandchildren, our friends and neighbors. We can visit over FaceTime or play remotely on PS4 games. Now we spend the major part of the day painting on our iPads or on canvas, able to offer them to the world. We love this connection with you. So, thank you!
The designs we work on daily keep us in the sane, happy zone. Each of us are asked to play our roles in the best way possible. Hopefully these moments of sharing with the world help boost your confidence in the beautiful person you will always be — no matter what the circumstances.
It appears that we continually ask ourselves whether we should prepare for the next storm, the next storm, the next storm. This painting suggests that it might serve us better to look for the beauty in movement. Focus on the colors, the joys, the hope of life and we just may draw that sort of experience to ourselves. In other words, let go of your concerns that continually imagine bad things coming in the future, and enjoy what is right in front of you. It is possible to live in a bubble of well-being. This photo is available at Art.com in a 36″ x 48″ poster, framed or unframed.
This audio/video book sample calms me down even though I produced it. As I listen I experience the peace that is within all of us. I hope you will share it with your friends and neighbors, especially those who are a little down at the moment. The audio sample reading is taken from “Aunt Barbara’s Powerful Little Book of Comfort. I hope it will soothe the pain many may feel on this day. Hopefully it will guide anyone who has lost their sense of happiness back to peace. It is a 20-minute reading hosted on YouTube.com. For those who need assistance, CLICK HERE.