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Postby OddDuck » Mon Jan 24, 2005 11:09 am

Wow! Wonderful work, Sarah!!

And yes, overwork is my middle name these days. Rush, rush, rush...........needs to be done yesterday. :wink:

Good thing my health has improved so much, or I'd really be in bad shape at work these days! Probably would have been OUT of work by now!

I'm thankful every day!

Ok.......sorry to have gotten so off topic. Again, great artwork, Sarah!!

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Postby debbie8067 » Mon Jan 24, 2005 11:39 am

Forgive my being nosey, but I think the "early morning" pictures that are on the QE2 are beautiful because of their clarity and amost photographic quality. I love "clean" art, and it's very comforting to put flesh on the bones of someone to whom i am so indebted.

It also helps as I'm going through one of those "woe is me", fluey,weak,legs like lead- weights in Sainsburys times;plus the fact I change over to Rifampicin tomorrow! :(

As this is January 24th is supposed to be yhe most depressing day of the year,the yellows and whites in your work really lifted my spirit. :lol:

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Postby SarahLonglands » Mon Jan 24, 2005 11:57 am

Thankyou both! :)

Debbie, take care when you change over to Rifampicin, you might feel even more like you are going through one of those "woe is me" periods for a few days, but it won't last. :wink:

I have got some small narcissi in both yellow and white flowering in pots on the dining room window sill at the moment: they both smell and look like spring.

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