My last 2 weeks have been an emotional soup of events. Hence, you have not seen a new post on this Creative Potager blog. The story goes something like this….
Wednesday, November 7th – fell down the thirteen steps of the stairs from the loft and had to go to Victoria to get x-ray of arm to make sure it was not broken. Badly bruised on right side but fine.
Will my right shoulder freeze again from the trauma? I hope not and it feels pretty good right now but we will have to wait and see.
Saturday, November 10th – hung a new show of small oil paintings and photographs at the Green House Bar and Grill. There are seventeen works up one of which is this one…
(Navy Channel early November – 9 x 12 inch oil on canvas is now SOLD! updated January 18, 2013. Other paintings that are currently available can be viewed in detail and purchased HERE)
Will work find its way to new homes over the holidays? Maybe. We will have to wait and see.
Sunday, November 11th – received phone call at 5:45 am from son-in-law that new grand baby was on its way. Caught the first ferry at 8:45 am, arrived at the Duncan hospital at 10:50 am. Grandson born at 11:36 am. Ivor Lewis is 7.7 lb. Everyone healthy and well. I was there for the birth.
He meets is brother before going home the next day barely 24 hours old.
Will they be close to each other? We will have to wait and see.
Thursday, November 15th – Return home to Mayne Island arriving shortly after noon. A short time later receive call that life-long friend is gravely ill and in hospital. The next couple of days extremely intense as we wait and see if his condition will stabilize.
Saturday, November 17th – I write a poem.
Wait and See
Not all mornings begin with bright glorious light,
that soars across the sky,
offering a colourful welcome to a new day.
Some mornings seem to uncover the dawn,
with the quiet heaviness of damp wool blankets.
There is no immediate pleasure or drawing up of the spirit.
It is the kind of dawn that says – we will have to wait and see.
Sunday, November 18th – I complete the underpainting for a large 3 x 5 foot canvas.
What will the painting be like? We shall have to wait and see.
In all of this, I am thankful for the support and love of my husband David, my children and my step-children and their partners and my extended family. They are an amazing lot… full of strength, compassion with just the right amount of humour. My love goes out to those that are close to me as they face the challenges ahead. And just as I write this I received a phone call that my very close life-long friend is on the mend. Yippee!
Sprout: What might you be waiting to see?
ONLINE GALLERIES with Terrill Welch paintings and photography include-
Xanadu Studio Gallery for large original paintings
Artsy Home for most original oil paintings currently available
Redbubble for photography prints, greeting cards and posters
Current Local Mayne Island VENUES –
Green House Restaurant – small original oil paintings and photography prints
Farm Gate Store – one large painting
And by appointment at Terrill Welch’s home studio
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