Friday, August 5, 2011

In memory of….

Well today is the 2nd anniversary of my father’s death.  Here I go again in the doom and gloom.  Nah, not really, I am very proud of it as it represents a lot of things he liked.  Grab a look:
What I did here is grabbed some driftwood from British Columbia, some shells, SU Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine, and again my wonderful ‘My Digital Studio’ to do this project.  We don’t have a head stone yet so this will have to do.
There is a lot of sentimentality in this project.  My father loved BC, the beach, the CBC TV show ‘The Beachcombers’, boats and flying was his passion.  My daughters saw the plane pin at the Salvation Army and asked me if I wanted it for this memorial.  Of course, I said, “Yes!”
Well I hope you have a great weekend and thanks for letting me share my life with you!Winking smile

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