Virtual painting in the studio today FaceTiming with my granddaughter.
What a treat.❤️
An end of summer bouquet from the garden for the first of the month,
with gratitude as always to our frontline heroes.
You can never have enough bouquets to say thankyou.
For healthcare heroes everywhere.
Enjoying the possibilities of my Disney Read and Glow drawing tablet.
Freshly picked, sketched and photographed.
A bouquet today with love for my beautiful granddaughter who has broken her collarbone and who helped me with the painting over FaceTime; I couldn’t have done it without her. I can’t wait for the day when we can be together again and I can give her the biggest hug. ❤️
The need for a little colour in the studio today with this bouquet from the imagination, with thanks as always to our frontline healthcare workers and of course all our nurses as we come to the end of nurses week.
I wish everyone a peaceful Sunday but if you are working please know you are never out of my thoughts.
A bouquet for Easter from the studio today painted once again as a way for me to say thank you to all our healthcare workers and volunteers, heroes and heroines all. They are there for us each and every day and we can’t say thank you often enough.
Today’s bouquet is to thank and celebrate all of our wonderful nurses here in British Columbia and around the world. I was so moved to hear the nurses from Massachusetts General Hospital on this morning’s news speak of being scared.
The nurses from Massachusett’s Hospital
Throughout my career my nursing colleagues were always the angels by my side who were always there for me and for our patients, so that together we could make a difference. Even though I am now retired and isolating here at home they are all always in my thoughts as I cheer them on from the sidelines. I am forever grateful to them for their support and friendship over so many years. Heroes and heroines all. Be well and stay safe. ❤️