She came over the other day so that we could work on her Goddess of Cut Paper collage. Of course, she didn’t approach it in the conventional way, it’s not in her nature, or mine, LOL! so we put our heads together and brought it to fruition. She is most proud of it and so am I. You see, it’s not often one gets to paint with their mother, or do collage, or chill out and just play with their mother, so the time that we spent doing this meant way more to me than the finished piece, but for her first, it is quite lovely.
I can remember as a kid always having art supplies handy and one Christmas we made handmade ornaments for our tree. Not just a few, but an entire tree’s worth of ornaments, with burgundy velvet, gold trim, and lots of other blingy stuff. I will never forget that ‘arts and crafts’ time and our tree…..well….it was a sight to behold. Let it be safe to assume that the creative gene, the one that keeps my brain ticking, came wildly packaged from my mother to me, and thank God for it. Here is her masterpiece, made of collage, fabric, paint, and assembled pieces. Way to go mom!
What a joy to read such a touching blog, and I was thinking the same thing as I left your house that day. I love the music, it fits my doll so well, and I AM going to quit worrying about every little detail! I've done it for 2 days now and my world has not stopped yet so I will continue! Ha
One of the gifts of growing old is gleaming not only the physical energy from those younger than yourself, but the spiritual and emotional energy as well. I learn much from you. To be content in all my ways; to see beauty in all things; and to know that the God you serve is a good God, in all of His ways.
Much thanks to you and for you…..Mom