Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Autumn knows how to sooth our memories of lost ones.
And that's why we paint! You've got a story painted on paper, and just looking at it gives it's emotional impact again and again...memories saved and shared. I did enlarge the painting to read the story...and I'm very happy that you've brought leaves falling and rabbits into it for the first of the Month's luck, as well as being part of nature. It's very personal, and I thought at first it was Miss Birdie, but after a bit it was pretty obvious to me that it was you depicted. And that grave must be one that you would climb a mountain to visit...(in my interpretation...which may well be wrong!)
I love your painting! Enchanting.
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