Wednesday, May 27, 2009

No more sorrow

This piece is done in gouache, gesso, charcoal, kraft paper on wood block
10x10
protected by fixative

I adore her. Just finished her today. No more sorrow the piece is called.  Life has a way in making things right but it is up to you to trust that it will and have the strength and the power of faith guide you.

Had troubled with the computer. The computer and I weren't getting along. My morning started beautifully but towards the afternoon I got grumpy and overwhelmed making phone calls to set an appointment for surgery. I'm a bit scared. Never had surgery before. The nurse wasn't pleasant, not kind or helpful.l She was a bit condescending which I couldn't understand why. She was suppose to refer me to an GYN ONCOLOGIST specialist but found out he did not accept my kind of insurance. I felt drained by the end of the day making calls to find a Doctor who can provide me with the care I need. I felt I was given the run around. She said as she read my medical chart " No big deal " My Doctor said it is urgent that I see a specialist to take care of it right away. And told me I should speak to the woman at the desk about getting the right one but she was rude busy trying to go for her lunch break. Enough of this venting. I needed to express myself. 

4 comments:

  1. So much for the kind, helpful staff in doc's offices. Maybe you need to inform her boss, if that's worth anything. Anyway, I know your frustration and you did the right thing, just get lost in your wonderful work.

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  2. I LOVE this work. It really makes me happy! And I hope that you find the help you need from compassionate hearts and hands!!!

    Have a lovely weekend!

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  3. i fell head over heels in love with this piece the moment i saw it!!! i think someone will be grabbing it out of your etsy shop very quickly!! wait . . . someone just did!! hee hee so looking forward to having this piece of your art hanging in my art room!

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  4. meant to say that i'm thinking of you as you face some uncertain health concerns. going into surgery is quite scary but you will be in good hands. take care and please keep us in the loop on how you're doing.

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