Happy Thanksgiving! I woke up this morning excited about the day because I would not only get to spend the day with my family, but I would see my new neice, Abby, for the very first time. She was simply delicious, smelled delicious, felt delicious, just almost sweet enough to eat. Abby is now 7 weeks old and it made the day simply fabulous. Holidays are a big deal in our family, because we are so large, so we ate down at my mammaw's house, about 40 of us. My mammaw died this past year, and it wasn't the same without her, but it was special getting together, giving thanks to God for all that he has blessed us with, at her house. My Uncle Charles lives there, it's really his house, but to all of us it will always be mammaws house.
I decided to change my blog page up a bit because my links off my website were a bit screwed up. What that means is now, you can leave comments and stuff, but to read my archives you will have to visit my website and view my archived file page, which I will create tomorrow I hope. For new readers, you can just pick up and follow with me from today, and you can still understand where I started a month or so back. Basically, this journal is to express to my supporters and others what it's like being an artist with disabilities. My hope is that other people living with disabilities will find a common thread and share their stories as well. I also want those of you who enjoy my art to understand a bit more about how it is created and what it takes for me to actually paint what I do. God has blessed me greatly, and for him and what he has given I offer my humble thanks and praise.