It’s nearly my eldest daughter’s 21st birthday (Lizzie) and I’m getting all reminiscent and emotional looking back over life as I’ve been leafing through photos of her as a baby and growing up. The other day my middle daughter, Emma, thoughtfully held my face in her hands and tenderly asked “…How does it feel now that your life’s coming to an end and mine’s just beginning?!” Ending! I was rather taken aback at impending mortality!! At least the prices of my originals would increase with my untimely demise! I don’t feel on the way out! It doesn’t matter if you’re not “yummy” mummy…more “crummy” mummy!! But the only thing “yummy” staring back at me in the mirror in a morning is the bright purple and brown hair colour that reminds me of the liquorice sweets that used to pull your fillings out!
It’s how you feel on the inside that matters. Of all the things I’ve taught my babies, children, teenagers, and now young ladies, one of the most important things in life is that it’s what’s on the inside that counts!
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Hi Helen I have ordered the Florence picture of the white Fiat which I admired at the GSAS. James loved it when I sent it to him. I wanted the small print that we saw and have sent the money direct to you by pay pal. Can you let me know if you have received it and when you will be posting the print Love your website !!It is nice to be able to keep up to date with your work. We are going over to James’ on 29 July so it would be nice to be able to take it to him. We are away July 21st -1st August as we are going to the Koblenz Garden Show !!Do you want to go in my suitcase Ha Ha love Anne xx
Hi Anne, Sorry for the late reply…hope you received your print ok? …and how was the Garden show in Germany? Helen
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