182 days...definitely feeling it.
Living in a memory.
Finding ways to process my emotions. Before my grandpa passed, he told me I should focus on my art and working on what style I like most, and hopefully start doing market shows to sell some. I was working on this during my last day sitting with him in the hospital’s sun room. He was always so supportive. This piece reflects a little bit of how I’m feeling today, not sure what to do, or what I’m doing. Just sitting with the fondest thoughts.
#artoftheday #livinginamemory #reflections #artforsale
My family is very sad to say that we lost a great man early this morning. He gave me so much love and so many wonderful memories. Even though I lost my father at a young age, I never felt I grew up without a father, he was there every step of the way for me and gave me so many great experiences. He had the most generous heart and wonderful spirit, even through surviving cancer many years ago. We were lucky to have him for those extra years and my daughter grew up till now with her GG. He passed with having all his faculties and a sense of humour to the very end.
We will miss him with all of our hearts and hope to continue his memory through our growing family and trips home to North Bay and on Lake Nippissing where his remains will be spread.
In loving memory of Bryan Claire Gardiner 1940-2018