Pacific Spirit Park reflections today and some reflections on the 4th of July.
On today’s Independence Day for dear family and friends across the border I clearly need to educate myself more about their history this 4th of July, particularly after watching last night’s demonstration on Mt Rushmore and seeing the film of the stage show Hamilton last night. Saying “Happy Fourth of July” this year can only be said in the context of hoping for the change that’s needed in the year ahead.
With the red, white and blue in my painting of Glen Canyon, Arizona, I send best wishes for a Happy 4th of July to my family, friends and followers in the States, although I feel sure like me your thoughts today as you celebrate are for those over two thousand babies and children separated from their mothers and fathers and for whom there is little to celebrate.
Wishing family and friends below the 49th a very Happy 4th of July
as I remember some unforgettable moments visiting down south.
Wishing all my friends in the States a very Happy 4th of July with this painting of a creek in Sedona, Arizona.