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14 August 2016

If You Look the Right Way... Music Painting by Laurie Pace



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“If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.” ― Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden
This painting is another gift for a friend in Missouri. She has in her home her Grandmother's piano.  She loves my piano girls and I do not do many of them any more... but this one I had to do. It has all her Grandmother's favorite Hymns, including "In the Garden".  Each of these paintings is hand created with songs and verses that are part of the family's life.
Are there things that are symbolic or special in your life?  Make those apart of who you are in your home and your life. Terry and I are working on pledging our lives daily to following God's word in our home, out in the world, in our speech, our actions and our plans. God is not a symbol to us... don't misread this. God is our power, our Father, our source and our love.  His word is everything.
Psalm 21:6  "Surely you have granted him unending blessings and made him glad with the joy of your presence"
Laurie


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