Thursday, June 18, 2009

Thank you

Thank you for checking in here. There is nothing new for a while because I am too sad to paint.
I hope I will come back soon. Love, Carol

37 comments:

[.fîłłē đĕ ľā ѝųîŧ.] said...

Carol, it's hard to know your sad... take your time and I hope you find peace and joy within you soon... your work it's quite an inspiration to me and I find peace in here... so it's sad for me knowing you're sad...but thank you for let's us know... I wish you better times... and brighter days...take care...

Aleksa said...

Its OK,you are not all alone in it,remember,take care and see you soon shining(or not,how ever you want it to be its good).Hugs from Holland

Kaye said...

Sorry to hear you are sad. I hope that you will soon find something that will bring the light and happy back inside you. Take care

Candy said...

I'm sorry that you are sad. Please know that many of us have become close to you through the thoughts and work that you have shared here. I hope you feel better soon.

Yasemin said...

I hope it passes soon whatever it is. Love from Turkey...

Mona said...

Carol, hugs from Brooklyn, NY, hoping you feel better soon, love, Mona

laura said...

Oh dear, hearing you are sad makes me sad too. I will keep checking back and hope to find your troubles have passed soon. Warm regards, Laura

Nancy Van Blaricom said...

Thoughts and prayers from Washington state. Just know you are missed and we are sad for you. Come back when the time is right ... we'll be here.

Hettie said...

I adore your water colours. I'm looking forward to you coming back. Take care.

Hettie (Scotland)

dominique eichi said...

I am sad with you. I wish I could make things better but know I am sending you my prayers from San Diego.

Cathy Gatland said...

I am so sorry, Carol - may it pass soon, take care of yourself and come back when you're ready.

Bruce Oksol said...

I check in almost every day; I was wondering....glad to see even this little bit...I know you are still there...

Shari said...

I'm sad too, from just up the coast about 10 kilometers. Wishing there was something to do to make the situation better and it hurts that there isn't. But it felt good to see all the folks here wishing you well. I just love you and hope to be your friend for many years to come

toby said...

I miss your posts and am so sorry to hear that you're troubled! Any time you're ready to return, we'll all be here waiting to greet you. Be well!

NoNo said...

I hope that you find soon peace in your heart. Take care.

visualdensity said...

I'm sad to hear that you're sad too. I hope everything will be okay with you. All the best, loving wishes from Melbourne, Australia.

jgr said...

I'm sorry to hear of your sadness. As the other have said: "We'll be here when you're ready to return", meanwhile, I'll be missing your lovely work; it inspires me so-and I'll send up some prayers for you.

--Jane

marcello murru said...

what?? no no no time to be sad!!
blues? be busy! occupata va bene signora Feldman !!
love and kiss

marcello!

Nadine said...

hi
i just now stumbled across your blog and i was enchanted by your lovely watercolors.
your lively spirit comes across in your blog and your generosity with the photos of the workshops you were lucky enough to attend.

i am shocked that something terrible has happened to make you unable to paint.
although i am a stranger to you i would like to add my wishes to those of your friends that your sorrow will lift.

sue said...

Oh, I'm so sorry to hear you're feeling sad--do something good for yourself--you deserve that. I wish I could send you a comforting hug. You'll be in my thoughts. You create such beauty in your work.

Suzanne McDermott said...

Well, As Hericlitus once said, The only constant is change. You know, of course, that through drawing and painting, you're forced to experience the present moment which (almost regardless of what is happening) is really pretty magnificent. Lots of love...

Barbara Weeks said...

Sorry you're sad. I'll keep visiting!

adebanji said...

IT SHALL COME TO PASS!
THOSE SAD SHOWERS WILL PRODUCE JOYOUS FLOWERS!
GOD BLESS!

Pat said...

I want to add my name to your list of well wishers. My thoughts are with you and your loved ones. Come back to us, please.
Love and Hugs from California

Penny said...

Thank you for letting us know. I will be sending positive energy your way. In the meantime, a short, but true story about a man I worked with who lost his young wife. He was physically there, but not really. When I asked him how he was doing, he said, "Sometimes you have to work your way into feeling."

I will never forget that.

Laureline said...

Dear Carol,
Your work gives so much joy to so many, myself adamantly included. I hope that knowledge will be of some comfort in this sad time in your life. Please feel better soon. We miss you out here in cyberspace.
Take very good care, dear woman.

Fábio Cembranelli said...

Take care of yourself...Hope you come back soon, love your blog!

niar said...

hi Sir,
your blog is wonderful, I enjoy to sit here...May I will save your blog in my link..always keep writing.

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Ami Vider said...

Draw sad - don't draw sad to be happy, draw sad to draw - your calm and alive drawings show your view not sad - draw sad to show us sad - one day when the sadness fades - you will want to thank time for taking away the sadness - if you have drawings of sadness - you will remember it... good luck

nadine said...

i am so sorry that you are still suffering so much that you have left your paintings and blog.

Candy said...

We miss you Carol.

dominique eichi said...

Dear Carol,
God put you on my heart the other day to pray for you. (oct 14) I don't know what as happened but know this God loves you and can help you through it.
Blessings to you.
You're missed !

Peggy Montano & Paintings said...

still checking on you, Carol. Show us more beautiful watercolors when you can.

Sue Van Etten said...

Please share more. I love your work.

beckielboo said...

Dear One, It takes time, grief has a life of it's own. One day the sun does come out.

I am in such JOY for the things that were said by Suzanne McDermott, Penny and Ami Vidar. They have a tender touch.

Everyone else has such love and concern for you, you are being held in LOVE on earth and in heaven.

We all await your return.
Beckie

Lynn said...

I just discovered your blog and would love to see more Israeli art from you. I hope you will start posting again soon.
The Israeli doctors did such a wonderful job setting up their hospital in Haiti this week and helping so many injured people there. I was proud to be a Jew.