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May 12, 2013

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Donna

I don't know how I missed this but your mothers paintings are just amazing. I know I saw a few when I picked up the kitten jungle gym but a couple of these I haven't seen.
How wonderful that you are able to have them surround you.

Cynthia Hauer

Your mother's work is beautiful, and sharing her work with us was very generous and kind. We can all only hope that someone will love, remember, and cherish us and our work as much as you do hers.

Kathy

Your Mother was a very gracious and talented woman. I very much enjoyed knowing her.

Katyy

Andrea McCaffrey

What beautiful paintings, Colleen! Your mom was so very talented...........how wonderful to have these works of art in your home. Her presence is in every painting and every piece of needlework...........thank you for sharing with us.......

BJ Harris

Colleen,
Oh my goodness ... your Mother's painting are absolutely beautiful!!! What a talented lady she was! How proud you must be.
Thank you for sharing.
Betty Jo

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