Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Diana said...

oh, oh, oh.....this sweet tin man certainly does have a heart because you put all of yours into its creation.

Lee Blevins said...

Your Tin man is excellent!
I am so proud of your work and the progress you have made in your art!
I think that you have a special aura about you that comes through as a person and your work.
I love you,
Your Dad.


The sum of happiness is made up of a thousand details. A little kindness done one less fortunate gives the heart a beat of pleasure that no millinery or laces or jewels can possibly inspire.
To overcome prejudice is more satisfying than a ten-course dinner.
To subdue a difficulty and smother a selfish disire is to become strong and splendid.
If life is worth living at all, it is worth living in a state of progress and improvement.
If we moan and groan, filling the air with dissatisfaction and gloom, we can scarcely hope to partake of much contentment.
All you need is a good thump on the back by some cheerful soul who has faith in you, and promise to yourself that you will face your work and your worries cheerfully,-(Selected)