Tuesday, May 30, 2017

A SAD GOODBYE ~

Friends ~

It is with a very heavy heart I must tell of the passing of my dear friend C. She lost her valiant fight with cancer early this AM. She is no longer in pain ~ thank the universe.

She was not only a friend to me, but also a supreme artistic mentor. Some of my favorite memories of her are the times we met to play/experiment with some new technique. She gently helped wiggle me away from my desire for 'perfection' ~ I will always be thankful to her for that.

She will be missed by so many ~ her "arty" friends, the DIVAs & the ASE ladies; the members of her beloved book club; and, of course, her family.

Dear C ~ this afternoon, I will have a Margarita in your honor; it is the least I can do!

bobbie

6 comments:

Old FoolRN said...

So sorry about the loss of your friend. I'm certain she lives on in her art work. Best to you!

bobbie said...

Thank you, Old Fool~
Yes, I am lucky enough to have several of her pieces of art to remember her by.

Julia - Vintage with Laces said...

I'm very sorry for your loss, Bobbie. It's great that you have some art that will always remind you of your wonderful friend.
Sending you a big hug,
Julia

bobbie said...

Carolyn was such a dear, beautiful, caring, loving and talented friend with so much grace and poise. She had such a great outlook on life, always listening and giving encouragement to others. I am one of the lucky people who had the honor and privilege to have had Carolyn in my life. She will always hold a "special" place in my heart. Carolyn, I know you are soaring with the angels!!!!!!

D.E.

Art and Sand said...

I am so sorry to hear about your friend.

It sounds like you are fortunate to have known her.

mollie said...

Sending many vibes of comfort to you dear (((((bbbbb)))))
You were both blessed to have each other.
May C rest in peace and may those grieving her loss know love.
XOX


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