Sunday, June 05, 2011

Sunday shelf - fresh flowers

This is a painting that my sister Liz did from an arrangement I had sent to her. This Summer her travel plans changed as she has some surgeries and treatments on the calendar to tend to. Breast Cancer has touched so many of us. I appreciate your thoughts and collective prayers for my sister during this time of healing.

I just want to encourage her to continue to paint and to smell the fresh flowers.
Enjoy each day and bring home some fresh flowers on Sunday!
Better yet, send them to someone you love.

21 comments:

Cheryl said...

This is beautiful. I can't imagine such talent in one family.... I wish her my prayers and strength to get through all she has to.

pve design said...

Cheryl,
Thank-you. Painting is a form of creative therapy for any patient! I am wishing I lived closer to paint and to provide support during this time.
pve

Karena said...

Patricia, how lovely a painting. Your sister is in my thoughts and prayers! She knows you are there for her in heart and spirit.

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Kim said...

Such a beautiful painting! Sending your sister many prayers and well wishes. ~ Kim

meenal bishnoi said...

sending my prayers and best wishes to your sister, patricia..may she be blessed with the strength to pull through this difficult time..xx meenal

Days at Buttermilk Cottage said...

All my best wishes for your sister. My sister is so dear to me, so I can well imagine your concern for yours. The painting is lovely. So lucky that you both can share this talent.
Best,
Susan

Maria Killam said...

I love the way she painted the Casablanca Lily! Beautiful, talent runs in your family that's for sure! My prayers are with her too!
xo
Maria

pve design said...

Karena, Kim, Meenal, Susan, Maria -
Each of you are so kind to leave a message of comfort for me and I will share them with my sister Liz.
pve

the gardener's cottage said...

patricia my thoughts and prayers are with you and your sister. cancer sucks.

xo
janet

1 Funky Woman said...

Beautiful picture! Prayers to you and your sister!

Megan

LPC said...

That's a beautiful painting. All my best wishes for your sister. Sisters are the best.

Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

Your Sister is so talented too. What a lovely painting. My thoughts and prayers are with both of you. Sisters are a huge blessing. Mona

Purple Flowers said...

In the past, I've enjoyed your sister's artowork on her blog. Just beautiful.

I am sending postive prayers for a speedy recovery. Bless her.

GLENDA CHILDERS said...

I was in downtown Chicago yesterday when the beautiful all pink girls ran by . . . it was race for the cure day. I stood there with tears, praying for everyone that has breast cancer right now . . . including your sweet sister.

Fondly,
Glenda

Reggie Darling said...

My very best wishes for a speedy recovery for your sister, and a life well lived for many more years.

Tamra of walkswithBella said...

Beautiful painting, what a talented family! your sister and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. xoxo

Dana said...

I didn't know your sister had cancer. I am so sorry to hear that. I will keep her in my thoughts and prayers.

What a lovely painting! You are an incredibly talented family. I know it must be very therapeutic for her - and you!

xo to you both~

Nessa said...

thoughts and prayers are with you, her and your family.

ann chamberlain said...

Love fresh flowers. The sentiment behind the flowers is very special. I hope that your Sister continues to improve with each day..........more than that paint to your hearts content. Lots of talent in your family,

ABC

Dovecote Decor said...

We Lizs are a special world of Lizzies, Libbas, Beths, Lizards, Lizas--ad infinatum. I will send your Liz prayers for healing and recovery. I will also tell my Aunt Liz (fantastic nun), Cousin Lizzie (best ever) and daughter Liza (excellent legacy) to send light and wellness to your Liz. We will be pulling for her. I believe in the power of prayer, and you were so right to ask.
xoxo
Liz

ArtistGirl said...

Thank you for sharing your sister's wonderful painting. I'm also sending lots of hope and prayer for your sister. It's so hard to understand what someone goes through with cancer. I was diagnosed last year with breast cancer while I was pregnant with our first baby and had to start chemo when I was 29 weeks pregnant. My Dad was also diagnosed the year before with breast cancer, unusual for a man. I'm so glad that my Dad, my son Jakob and myself are happy and healthy. I trust that soon your sister will also be the same. Life is so very precious!