Monday, December 18, 2006

Countdown resumes - 7 days...

Can't believe how quickly this month is flying by...


Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

Did you make this card? The sheperd has such a tender sweet regard!

tlc illustration said...

Corey - for my 'countdown', I'm posting illustrations from a few of the books I did this last year. (I posted titles and links a month or so back. I ought to do it again).

miss*R said...

I cannot believe how fast the time is passing by!

Bendtherulz said...

Glad to know that you are ok, we saw the news however since my geography on US is not that great...couldn't make out it was around your area...! Good to know your things are getting back to normal.

Lovely artworks ....the expressions are so sweet & tender.
Tk care

Ash said...

My weather induced suffering pales into insignificance beside Jack's. You did not say if you took him to your friend's house too to keep warm but I am sure you did (didn't you?) Even in our power cut the arty types here kept the stove in so I coped OK. Pleased to see Jack having a rummage around in the aftermath of the storm. Happy Warm Holidays!

Naturegirl said...

A perfect image for the season.
Holding onto ~*our blessings*~ is the message I get!
(I know it is while shepards watch their
flock by night.)

Hurray! that you are safe and warm and back to normal business!
Check out dear
and wish her *safety and RAIN* during the fires in Australia! She is having a Black Christmas.:(

Sunflower said...

Hi Tara,
Thanks for your comment on my blog. I haven't been really writing much on my blog, just posting photographs of my artwork, but with Christmas and the wonders and inspirations of this blessed time, I just felt moved to share my thoughts.
Your paintings are so wonderful. This one if very sweet. You must enjoy doing your art; you can tell that you put a lot of love into your paintings. I can see that children would really love them!
Hope the weather there is better. Where my Mom lives (on the Long Beach Peninsula, they are having just one huge storm after another)! I do miss the rain, though, oddly enough. I never thought I would, but California just doesn't get much rain.
Hope you have a wonderful, happy Christmas! Thanks so much for visiting my blog!


Merisi's Vienna For Beginners said...

I'm playing cat and mouse with the comments on my blog right now: I write, they disappear. ;-)
Anyway, so glad you're back to work. Very expressive pictures, children must love them, too.
As far as the upside down Christmas trees are concerned, I didn't look at the method they belted those trees to the ceiling. I had driven by one night and stopped only a moment to take the pictures and failed to produce a decent one of the store sign, now I can't even remember where it is located. I'll keep an eye out for them!
All the best from Vienna,

One Crabapple said...

Miss Silver Apples

You must forgive me...I am so behind on your blog...and here I read such news !

First let me say - this must be your artwork posted and it is so pretty and you amaze me.

Second - Good GRIEF !
where have I been ?
Under a Rock (and that is a statement not a question)because I did not know that you had been thru such crazy mayhem !

ohhhh nooo heeeeat makes me shiver just thinking about it ! chatter:::chatter::

I am glad you have survived.

I received a certain wonderful package in the midst of all you have been going thru - I am really humbled .

Mmmm such delights to try and what a wonderful advent card. I will cherish it always - no way tho can I open those little windows yet and spoil the card. Silly right ? but but....!

You are so thoughtful and have made me feel so special .

I dont really have the Christmas Spirit this year...but that was sure a treat.

Thank you - will try all this weekend.
oh well , certain things are GONE GONE GONE. And I was reluctant but did share just a bit.

Happiest of Holidays to you Dear Tara.
Love Always, S.
ps cross your fingers blogger lets this publish. had a hard time getting any comments to post lately!