Summer Red Rose Thought I’d radiate some love into my Summer Solstice. Painting by Sherry Joiner
Filed under kind thoughts and actions …
Sherry Goes Sane Schizoaffective
Bridge Crossing with Tia Didi. Schizoaffective Disorder A Fiftieth Anniversary- the Crossing of the Astoria-Megler Bridge, and the Beach Volleyball Tournament in Seaside were taking place as my husband, Joe and I drove to Seaside, Oregon, this weekend. However, it wasn’t the traffic that made our trip unique and special, the ocean air was … Continue reading
Educational Book for Babies
“Matching the Shapes.” This is one pattern handed down to me, that I incorporated in the ‘Baby Book” I made for my adopted grand daughter, Kayla. Here, she is, matching the colors to the shapes.
Pages in life to be thankful for
A message to everyone on my facebook, twitter, Linkedin and those who visit my website artsandwritingbysherry.com. I would like to let you know that I will be away for awhile taking care of family matters. Thank you for all of your visits. I enjoy blogging with you and your input. I love your stories. In appreciation for all that you do. Take care, until then, Sherry
Keep Smiling, A Poem I wrote
A Poem I wrote last evening Keep Smiling I haven’t talked to you in such awhile, You know I’d do anything just to see you smile. I sing with glee when your contagious smile extends on to me. So just keep smiling… Don’t worry if people may see you frown, No matter what happens Try … Continue reading
My painting of young Julie A. Fast arranging flowers. Every time Julie has invited me to her lovely home to visit her mom’s beautiful garden, she plucks a bouquet from the sweet earth and hands it to me. Friends are the flowers in the gardens of life.
Happy 4th of July 2014
Here are two dolls I created for the fourth of July. Happy celebration! Have a safe and joyous day! Sherry
A Rose grown by Julie Fast’s mom
A rose grown by Julie Fast’s mom, given to me by Julie
Author Talk continued
Author Mitzi Loftus shaking hands with me at Bloomsbury.
Caleb’s new adventure
My husband Joe and I with Caleb, my step grandson, before his big move to Michigan