"Once we clearly acknowledge the soul, we can learn to hear it's cries. - Dallas Willard, Renovation Of The Heart."

It takes courage to pursue our dreams. It takes time and patience to unearth buried treasure. But I believe with all my heart that we must do both.


just breath...

24 x 24

24 x 24

Meg left this morning to go back to school.  

We had a week of relaxing, sight seeing, and some hard things thrown in. 

Wednesday, my son, daughter-in-law and grandson were in a car accident. Thankfully, they walked away though the car may be totaled.  Seth took Brooke, who is 7 months pregnant to the emergency room as a precaution. On the way there she began to have contractions. After an overnight stay they were able to get them to stop, but the waiting was scary. We are thankful.

Friday we took Meg to the High Museum of Art. It was so much fun to walk around and look at all the wonderful art. Can you guess when I got excited???  I loved seeing it all, but when I got a glimpse of the contemporary art around the corner my heart and yes, feet did a little dance. Funny how one can be so drawn to color and texture. 

 We then went to Atlantic Station and had lunch. A beautiful day in Georgia to enjoy lunch outside.  

I even had time this week to work on the above painting.  It, as many of my paintings started out far different, and has many layers underneath. It ended up being very similar to another of mine. It has been overcast all day and I had a very difficult time getting a good photo.

I have a busy and interesting week coming up.  NBC will be here for part of it...

want to know why???  

They are filming part of an NBC family movie here.  I'll tell more later...

I also have another journaling workshop next weekend, so if you all will say a little prayer that I stay focused and organized I would surely appreciate it my friends.  


lori vliegen said...

it sounds like you've had a full week! i'm glad that everyone in your family is healthy and happy after all of the interference from life! and i'm also glad that you had some creative time to put lots of layers and love into that gorgeous masterpiece you're working on.....fabulous, mary!! xox, :))

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Praise God on everyone being okay...and yes your title sums it up...BREATHE!
A beautiful painting and sounds like an enjoyable week...have fun on your next workshop and NBC
Prayers for you all!

Poetic Artist said...

So thankful your family is doing okay after the accident..I also know you miss Meg when she leaves but it seems like you had a good time together..Always love your energy in your art work..You are in my thoughts and prayers my friend.

Montgomery Family said...

I'm so glad they're all ok!! Thank You, Jesus!! I love the painting! Woohoo about NBC...who could resist your house?? It's the home you've made it and the love of Jesus that dress people to it!!

Phoenix Peacock said...

Oh my goodness! I'm so glad everyone is doing fine. I can't wait to hear a little more about NBC - that is exiciting!

Msartist said...

First off I am glad no one was hurt in the accident! I really like your painting.Can't wait to hear more exciting news about NBC and all.
Have a good week! ~Theresa

Martha Lever said...

Mary, I am so thankful that your family is ok and the baby didn't come early. I know that was really scary. Your museum trip sounded like so much fun. Can't wait to hear more about the NBC movie! I will be praying for your journaling class.

Jennifer Richardson said...

Extraordinary grace to
an extraordinary lady;
may you sense and lean into the Love
that dances over you
as if His favorite color:)

Buffy said...

That must have been so scary. Thank God everyone is ok! Glad you had a nice visit with Meg. Love your art.

Bren said...

Talk about high drama! Very glad to hear your son and family are alright, thank God.
Great piece you've painted would have loved to visit the gallery right along with you :-) Can't wait to hear more about the filming and I know your workshop will go great, your passion along will carry it!