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Friday, September 5, 2008

Judy's Art Sharing for September!

Art of the Month Newsletter

September 2008 Vol. 4, Edition 40

George Washington's brother was the uncle of our country.


Thanks once again for your continued interest in my artistic gifts and passion for animals, travel and nature

(it’s a pleasure sharing photographs, drawings, egg carvings, urns and more)!

Since I last shared with you I had some computer complications and lost some valuable information, but in recovering some of it I found some different subjects I created a while ago that I thought you might enjoy.

This time a patriotic theme…

Once again for a time you can also see it on the website home page, too.

Please feel free to pass my blog info on to others like yourself who enjoy my creations.

As always if you would like your Judith K. Nelson artwork spotlighted, please let me know. I will post a “special edition newsletter” just for you!

If you ever have any questions or might want to ‘brainstorm’, let me know.

Artist Extraordinaire

Judith K. Nelson, aka “Judy”

1 comment:

jgillesp said...

I am not a blogger and don't access any either but my sister, Mary Ferland, suggested I check yours out. I am an animal lover and have an elderly terrier mix who is 17 1/2 yrs old. She stopped walking with me about a year ago when I noticed that her arthritic limp was much worse after a walk. I recently had to have her treated for possible pyelonephritis and cystitis which had caused 'accidents' in the house and most recently, diarrhea and vomiting alongwith loss of appetite. I don't know if checking this out might help with any of your problems with Black Jack but I thought I would offer it up. I do give Mollie a supplement for her arthritis called Triple Strength Joint Max which she thinks is a treat. I have had several Norwegian Elkhounds over the past 30 years and hope to find a puppy again soon. I have dealt with their 'going to their reward' several times and it is never without grief and mourning. I never think of the end of their lives when I welcome them into my life and that is a good thing. I endured this again with my beloved cat who was 20 years old. Jeanne Gillespie, Denver, NC