Gentle Heart & Welcome Home

January 5th, 2009 in member junk     
bridiemurphy bridiemurphy, member
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I had a fantastic holiday, the most beautiful gift that I gave was simply saying "Welcome Home" to Bob, a friend's father who was sharing lots of piloting stories, including a couple from Vietnam.  His warm embrace and "thank you" as he and his family left the gathering brought tears to my eyes and let me know that I had done the right thing.

This piece of art is a companion to "The Heart Has A Pattern" and it's only now that I see so much meaning emerging from my bits and pieces.

 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, artwork, outdoor spaces, sunroom, pink, paint, bridget navoda giunta, vietnam

Comments (7)

gerberdaisy_92 writes: It is beautiful like your heart. Thank you for creating such a beautiful expression of kindness. Posted: 11:41 pm on January 13th
bridiemurphy writes: Yes...it does ring a bell -- you gave me the "skinny" on the Blue Hangar -- I've never been the same since! I'm contemplating another Spring "Bridie Murphy" junk market -- would you be interested? So glad you found me here...isn't this the best site? Very inspiring and just plain fun. Posted: 5:26 pm on January 10th
oliveoyl64 writes: Bridie, not sure if we ever met in person but I know we swapped emails several yrs. ago. I believe we connected through Freecycle and you were trying to get a freecycle/craft bazaar together at your house. I made windchimes out of old silverplate and junk. Ring a bell?

Posted: 12:59 pm on January 9th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: This is just lovely, Bridie! Really lovely.

Candy Posted: 8:33 am on January 6th
suewhitney writes: Spectacular! Thanks for sharing your warm holiday story.

Take care
Sue Posted: 7:08 pm on January 5th
fellowjunker writes: Beautiful birdie!!!! Love the composition and colours you used.
xojanis Posted: 4:24 pm on January 5th
Tuttibelle writes: Beautiful art and very loving concept in which you gave it. Posted: 11:39 am on January 5th
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