Deb Is Airborne

It seems like only a few hours have passed, but Deb is on her way home to Florida after spending four days with me in Silverspring Studio. We spent happy hours creating computer art, and cutting, stitching, and painting  paper. We celebrated Deb’s gorgeous cracked paper quilts. We shared ideas and dreams, and laughed until our sides ached. We enjoyed 3 different art DVDs, which are the length of feature films and would provoke yawns in anyone other than artists.

We did lunch, drank wine and mango juice, and were chauffeured by my dear husband to dinner and the airport.

Deb is a woman whom you can count on to give you the straight truth, and do the most generous thing. If you have her in your life, you are very fortunate. That’s how I feel tonight ~ extremely fortunate.

Deb and Carol


About CarolWiebe

Art entices, inspires, and delights me. Art is a vehicle for laughter, tears, wonder, enlightenment--taking me on a constant path of discovery. You can't say that about housework (except, perhaps, for the crying part).
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One Response to Deb Is Airborne

  1. Deb Sims says:

    We did indeed have a totally creative and joyful four days! You and Ted are such gracious hosts and I felt totally at home both in your studio and in your home. I see why you love Ted so much. He is cute, witty, generous and real. It seems real is so hard to find and as I get older I realize how very necessary it is to any long term relationship!
    I am the one who is feeling fortunate for having shared so much with you, Carol! Hug Angela for me, kiss Ted and keep on doing what you do so well–bringing gorgeous, soul-filled art into the world!
    hugs,dear friend, deb

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