Friday, April 4, 2014

Paintings for PPF and SS-Some Sad News

Hello everyone and happy Friday, happy Weekend! It's been a sad week. One of my co-workers and friends was in a fatal car crash Tuesday night. She was only 36, and her birthday was today. She had 2 small children (5 & 3) and a husband. We were all so shocked at work and sad. Usually we would take the birthday girl to lunch, and so we are going to lunch today in her honor.
I finished the painting from last week.
My husband liked it so it's hanging in our staircase. I also started a new one, but haven't done much with it since Wednesday.

I plan to paint pink, purple and orange flowers so it should be quite colorful.
I would appreciate your prayers for my friends family. Her name was Jackie, her husband is Michael.
Have a beautiful weekend.

16 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

So sorry to hear about your friend, it must be terrible for her family. Glad you finished your painting though! Valerie

MeOfCourse said...

Debbie, so sorry to hear about your friend. It's very sad. Your painting is very well done. Again my condolences.
gloria

Netty said...

Terrible news about your friend. Love the colours in your painting.
Happy PPF, Annette x

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AnnD said...

Oh my gosh! What a horrible shock and a terrible loss! So sorry for everyone at your work - and her family!

Lovely work.

Linda said...

I am so sorry to hear about such a loss-especially at such a young age and with young children. How sad.
Your painting is really beautiful -lovely blending of colors.

Laila said...

Tragic loss, I'm sorry to hear about your friend.
Your painting came out great, and lovely colors used as well.

Tracey Fletcher King said...

So sorry to hear about your co worker... That is a tragedy... I will keep you in my thoughts...xx

Tam Hess said...

It's so hard when someone dies unexpectedly. Sort of a reflecting experience. Sorry for your loss, prayers for the family!

Beautiful colors in your painting. I can't wait to see how your pitcher turns out.

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Giggles said...

Sending love and prayers for Jackies family... I am so sorry for their loss, and yours!

Your art is beautiful. I understand the delay painting those flowers. So sad when people are taken rapidly so young!

Big hugs Giggles

Annabelle said...

So very, very sorry for your loss. I can't imagine the hurt that family is feeling right now. Wow, so very, very sad. My condolences and prayers.

Love the art, it gives warmth to the cold reality.

much love Annabelle

Christine said...

Beautiful pieces, the 2nd one isn't finished but I lije it just the way it is. Condolences to your friend's family. We were at a funeral yesterday equally sad. One of my son's best friends died suddenly and unexpectedly at 18.

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

I am sorry to hear about your friend. This is going to be very difficult on her children. Dad has a hard road a head of him. I will light a candle for this family.

Your art is lovely as always
Nicole/Beadwright

carol l mckenna said...

Lots of healing hugs to you ~ not easy losing someone especially when they are so young ~ 'been there done that' ~ art helped me get through my losses ~ Beautiful paintings ~ xoxo

artmusedog and carol

Tammie Lee said...

that is so very sad,
i am sorry to hear this!
I will indeed send prayers and light to her family.

your finished painting is lovely, peaceful and inspiring.

Alexandra said...

Your painting turned out wonderful, no wonder your hubby wanted to keep it and hang it up. :)

I'm terribly sorry to hear of the loss of your coworker. How sad to leave behind children and a husband. She is in our prayers.

AnnD said...

I just came back to say that I'm glad you jumped in on the bread conversation! I'm always happy to "meet" someone else who makes bread. (I hope this comment doesn't look horribly inappropriate amidst all of the sympathy posts. :/ )