Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!
"Girl On The Other Side"
I also met many people who have been fans of my Facebook page or have followed my website for some time now. It is always nice to put faces to the names I've become so familiar with. Some have even travelled far distances to visit, and I am humbled and grateful! It is also especially nice to become more recognized in my "hometown" of Kincardine. You see, I'm not originally from here, but I feel as though Kincardine has adopted me as one of their own, and it's become such a part of my heart and soul, I am so glad to be so welcomed and appreciated. Thank you to everyone who follows my work, near and far.
KIncardine Lighthouse at Christmastime
I care very much for my 'adoptive' town, and while I don't go around making announcements every time, I do give back to my community throughout the year, by donating either my time, a piece of work for auction, or my own money, to various local organizations. After recently receiving some more cards in thanks from various folks, I did a tally and realized that I've contributed to almost two dozen charities and events in 2014!! Wow! It's so wonderful that I've been supported enough by people who enjoy my work to enable me to help support so many great causes in turn. That feels amazing!
A wintery scene from Lake Huron
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Love your work, and your great big heart (which is undoubtedly the wellspring of your wondrous creativity!)
May this Christmas bring joy and peace to you and your family.
All the best,
I found you through one of your donations! I first fell in love with your stuff at a Bluewater Summer Playhouse Auction, which I happened to be a member of the Board. I know how much your generosity is truly appreciated! That's incredible that you have made so many donations this year.
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