Month: December 2020

four times the fun


 
Always a special time whenever I paint with my artistic granddaughter over FaceTime as it was today. Brought out the colors and just went with the flow with lots of positive encouragement from the phone. No winter solstice blues here.

moments for reflection


 
   
 
Moments for reflection in the Pacific Spirit Park today and there is much to reflect on. Tonight my thoughts are with the Masutta family in Surrey, BC as I send my heartfelt sympathy and condolences to Daljit and his 8 year old twin daughters who lost their mum Parmajit in a tragic accident on Tuesday that simply breaks your heart. May she Rest In Peace.

leaves of remembrance


 

666+…in progress – Day XLIII

 
Today has been a day about the best of us and sadly the worst of us. The triumph of the Covid-19 Vaccine is something to celebrate as we give thanks to all the scientists who have worked so hard to develop it, and the delight at seeing our health care heroes being the first to receive it.
 
It is also a day of sorrow as we remember the twenty precious children and their six dedicated educators who were murdered in Sandy Hook Elementary School 8 years ago today. These 26 leaves drawn over the last three days are dedicated to their memory. Their grieving grandparents, parents, sisters, brothers, families, friends and colleagues are all in our thoughts tonight. The souls of these beautiful children and teachers will never be forgotten.

the journey continues


 
666+: Day XLII – The journey continues as described in my Shame and Prejudice post two days ago.