If you scroll reallllly far back you can see the first time I drew blueberries and thought they looked “good”
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when you "thirst for life"
-when you closed your eyes & feel "November sky"
-when you wish to live "the keeper"
-when you believe "the rain must fall"
-when you merged with "rainmaker"
-when you forget all your sorrows and live "for all seasons"
-when you trust "never too late"
when you feel all of those ... you are definitely listening to the great world musician yanni 😊❤ #yanni
drawing pencil ✏ .
Here is Avery's finished portrait from tesslee51976. First I want to say thank you to Avery's family for allowing us the privilege and honor to do what we do, and for sharing your beautiful baby girl with us. I pray this portrait would comfort you when memories are painful. I pray that God would bless your family in a mighty way.
Tess Lee, thank you so very much for sharing your amazing talent and this beautiful gift for such a deserving family.
I would like everyone to meet Penelope. Penelope was born with multiple disorders and conditions. The most serious of these was a brain malformation. In May of 2016, she was diagnosed with an aggressive brain and spinal tumor, a stage 4 medulloepithelioma. This sweet baby passed away June 9th, 2016. She was just 23 months old, and she was an only child. Please keep this family in your prayers. ellenleanne
Penelope's portrait will be created by the amazing Janet Maines inhousegraphicsdesign. I'm actually a little late posting this and Janet has actually already completed this beautiful angels portrait, so I'll be posting it shortly as well. Thank you Janet for everything you do.
This is Penelope's finished portrait. I want to thank Penelope's family for allowing us the privilege of blessing them in this way. It's always an honor for me, and I know Janet inhousegraphicsdesign
Feels the same. I pray God will use this portrait in a mighty way and bless all those who see it.
Janet thank you so much for sharing your gift and blessing this deserving family. Your work is amazing, and this is no exception.
Good morning, and I pray everyone had a blessed Christmas!
I would like for everyone to meet Ryan. Ryan was born March 28, 2016. Within a few days of his birth, his mom and dad noticed his head continued to grow. Ryan's parents took him to the local E.R, but he was immediately transferred to John Hopkins. After a short round of testing, followed by an MRI, baby Ryan was diagnosed on April 9th at just 12 days old, with a very large large mass in the middle of his brain.
Ryan was admitted to the hospital, but Drs were puzzled by what they were seeing. Because of his size, there were very few treatment options. Ryan stayed in picu for 3 more weeks, and received several more MRI's. His family finally decided on low dose chemo at home, in hopes of giving this precious child time to gain strength, and then maybe additional treatment options would be available. Ryan was taken home on April 30th, but this sweet child passed away in his mother's arms on May 9th, at only 6 weeks old.
Ryan's tumor was later determined to be a congenital intracranial immature teratoma, a very rare and aggressive tumor. Ryan is survived by his mom and dad, an older sister, and twin sisters born just over a year after their big brother. Please keep this family in your prayers.
This is Ryan's finished portrait, created by the immensely talented tesslee51976. Thank you Tess Lee for blessing Ryan's family with this beautiful portrait. _melc_525