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It’s Family Time

November 26, 2008
haiku-56-sm“Haiku 56″
Acrylic on Cradled Panel
8 x 8 x 2”

I hope you are planning a great Thanksgiving holiday. I may or may not be back to say hello tomorrow, so I thought I’d say happy Turkey Day now.

My son and his wife are coming tomorrow to stay with us until Monday.  Tomorrow we will go to another son’s house for dinner. All I have to do is bring my famous pecan pie!

Then on Saturday everybody — kids, grands, friends — will gather here for an all day food and beer fest, then Sunday the four of us from my house are going to a football game.

It’s so nice and quiet right now, just past noon. The dogs and cats are all sleeping. Pretty soon I’m heading out to replenish my supply of groceries and adult beverages, spruce up the guest areas, and get ready for the gathering of the clan.

Have fun tomorrow!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. November 26, 2008 4:47 pm

    Have fun Martha! Enjoy… there is no better feast then being with family.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. November 29, 2008 10:29 pm

    Have a wonderful time with your family! It’s so very nice to have a break, contemplate gratitude and enjoy good food and laughter.

  3. December 2, 2008 12:01 pm

    Hi Marsha,
    I’m finally getting around to blog visits. I’ve been scrolling though your posts… the cradled panels seem to be a surface that I should try out. I’ve been painting/drawing on stretched canvas and having buckling issues. Thanks for your informative website, the artist videos and most importantly for sharing your wonderful, magical paintings!

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