February 9, 2013

* In the Studio with Mary ...

Is that like in the kitchen with Mr. Green? Oh no, that's right - totally different.

We spent a long day together, and actually I'm tired tonight. A couple of days ago on my way to a lecture on Gypsy's, I stepped out of the car to ring Miss Sylvia's door bell and my knee went very bad. OUCH! I almost went down. I made it to the lecture, the man running the show practically carried me in and plunked me down in a huge rocking chair. I felt like Lily Tomlin on Laugh In! Yesterday, I went to my Dr. in SMA who is aware of what it is, and after some discussion we have concluded I might as well go and have the surgery. Why wait for spring - do it now - right? Well, needless to say, I'm not amused, however on the other hand it will be wonderful to have it all behind me and just simply get on with my life. I'm still scared -- such a scardy cat am I. I'll keep you posted.

It was slow arduous work with Mary today for some reason - however, I am happy with how it's going so far. Who knows what will happen tomorrow.  She wants to say hi.

Once again, thanks so much for visiting us.  Mary is quiet pleased when you drop by and say nice things about her.  :o)

”Happy are the painters, for they shall not be lonely. 

Light and colour, peace and hope, will keep them 

company to the end of the day." -- Winston Churchill. 



  1. Now when did you start this beautiful Mary?! I love her! And you know how I feel about sheep! (I'm thinking of doing a whole series of sheep. What is it about them?) I love Mary already, I can't wait to see her complete. You astound me. ♥

  2. Mary is just beautiful. Sorry your knee is so bad, hope you can get a quick appt for surgery! Hugs, Valerie

  3. Take good care of yourself, and of Mary, too, of course.

  4. Mary has become such a beautiful person. So sorry to hear that you have to have more surgery....wishing you well soon.

  5. Eek, don't be falling down Donna! You have mary to take care of and her sheep, ya know. :0) She is lovely.