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Saturday, August 25, 2007

One of My All-Time Favorites


Found this today--this is one of my all-time-ever-in-the-world-very-most-favorite pictures. The little laughing one is me; the handsome guy on the left is my dad, Marty. He's one of the best people I know, and I'm so lucky to have him around. He's helped (maybe more than anyone else) make me who I am, today. So I guess this is part of My Sacred Life, too.

10 comments:

tammy vitale said...

awww...great photo! and I'll bet it always brings a warm fuzzy feeling along with it.

Jessie said...

this morning i am enjoying your last several posts as i drink my coffee and, i must say, i am so glad that you are doing art every day with me this month. i have been thinking of you often and you've really kept me on track, just by knowing that you are spending your energy in a similar way.

that smile on your little face is so genuine. and your dad...awww, what a nice guy. i loved what you wrote about the colored pencils as well. it is good to have someone in your life that always believes in you. :)

happy art making!

AscenderRisesAbove said...

adorable. just plain adorable. much better then a glamour shot or a studio image; packed with memory

Elizabeth said...

Ditto to the warm fuzzy feeling - just fab.

Olivia said...

I love this picture, Karen. What an amazing blessing to have a wonderful dad, and to have had him help you become you. Beautiful!

mcewen said...

Gosh what a huge amount of happiness oozing from that one.
Best wishes

katie said...

what a precious photo, karen. how lucky you are to have a father who influenced you in such a postive way and whom you love so dearly.

i'm sorry i didn't get back to regarding teaching at asilomar; no i'm not one of the instructors for that venue. i will be in portland in october though. thank you for asking and for stopping by my blog :-)
katie

Sheri said...

awww I love the photo.... thats the best.... don't worry about not seeing my post I should have asked to be added in one of your more recent posts. :) I'm glad I'm not the only one with a pink problem and I also have a very supportive dad who is also an artist! :)

Kikipotamus the Hobo said...

What a great photo and what a blessing that your father is still around. AND that you appreciate him!

'Cuz I Felt Like It! said...

I LOVE this picture! Very cute!