The story of I Promised You continuing
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The images on this post are all original artwork by yours truly. I hope that YOU enjoy them. SONGS OF ROSES I oil on linen board SONGS OF ROSES II RAIN KISSED LOTUS BLOSSOM Colored pencil on linen board A … Continue reading
THE TOMATO THAT COULD by June Pauline Zent Published in Mother Earth News several years ago When the first freeze hit North Florida last year I ventured out into my little paradise dreading to see the cherished tomato plants and other … Continue reading
Front of fall garden showing inside fences photo Most People believe that wild animals lack intelligence when compared to humans. I have to respect any animal who can outsmart you, and I have never been more challenged than trying to … Continue reading
LIGHTS GOLDEN HOUR an original oil on canvas painting by June Pauline Zent We are waiting patiently for our muse, not in the creative mood, or praying for inspiration to drop in unannounced. In addition there are more pressing issues to resolve … Continue reading
Crocheted Corky by June Pauline Zent for my granddaughter also named Courtney This is the last blog of Corky’s story. To read the whole story start with Adventures of Corky the Coon under the catagory of Wild and Tame … Continue reading
PHOTO OF COURTNEY PLAYING WITH CORKY We all felt really sorry about Corky’s banishment to the garage. He had given the whole family many hours of laughter, tears, and unique memories. But he was nearly grown now with his wildness beginning to dominate and motivate his … Continue reading
Courtney tickling Corky photo When your baby starts walking then running around the house getting into everything you cannot watch every minute. A play pin becomes a necessary option at least for short periods of time. Raccoons have all of … Continue reading
Pencil drawing by June Pauline Zent This is the second installment of the true story of Corky the coon We thought Corky wanted to join other family members in addition to yearning to explore adventures outside the bedroom door. I … Continue reading