Monday, November 2, 2009
This is called Twilight in the Ozark and was on an older blog page. I am bringing it back because it was accepted at The Waverly House Gifts & Gallery,Holiday Season Show to Benefit The Regional Girls' Shelter. The show will open with an artist reception Friday, November 6, 2009 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The them is The Art of Everyday Life. If you live in the Springfield, Missouri area drop in to meet me and the other artist. The show will run form November 6 to December 19,2009. This is an honor to be accepted into this show. There will also be a silent auction. 100% of the auction will go to the Regional Girls Shelter.
You can visit Waverly House at www.waverlyhouse.com
Twilight is my favorite time of the day. The sky is getting dark and the lights are Just comming on. But here in the Ozark the rolling hills in many shades of green are a wondrous sight as the sun dips below the horizon. This is just part of every day life here in the Ozark.
This is the blog for my daughter, Teresa. She was diagnosed with breast cancer December 2008 just before Christmas. Her blog is about her dog's cancer and about her cancer. It tell you all the medical procedures she went through, her thoughts and experiences during and after treatment. It is good reading for anyone who has cancer or anyone who know any one with cancer. She has what might be called sarcastic, and humorous way of dealing with this.
She lives in Riverside, in Southern California area called the Inland Empire. Trying to get medical treatment in an area that has one doctor for every 100,000. documented people and god know how many undocumented people is what California calls medical care. Maybe my statistics are off here but you get the idea.
She has decided that this in unacceptable, especially for someone that has just been told they have a devastating diagnosis like breast cancer. She has been asked to head up a committee to raise money to start a Breast Cancer Resource Center in the Inland Empire. IT will be called The Pink Ribbon Place. Her blog will also take you to their site where you will see the quilt that I made called Teresa's Water Garden. This quilt will be used to raise money for the new Center.