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April 25, 2011


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Thank you so much, Rebecca, for calling this to my attention right away. Gemma is the most marvelous person and one meeting with her made me want to move to Arizona. Alas, it won't happen but the idea of meeting once a year as I do with a couple of blogging friends in Portland, is a good substitute.

Gemma's work is entirely reflective of the good person that she is. Her heart is as big as the heart she shares here.


Little by little I am seeing the wonderful works of art for this years auction. The ones I bought last year are so beautiful, they are on permanent display. Even though the theme was Los Dios de Los Muertos for both of the pieces, they have found a home on a small shrine we keep in our bedroom.
This work by Gemma features one of my favorites, Our Lady of Guadalupe, and is very very nice. Can't wait for May 1st.
Thank you Rebecca, for all you do and for pulling us all together.

deb taylor

opening my heart and my hands this week, and standing alongside you all the way


That is a beautiful piece of work by Gemma. Have a great week.

Meri @ Meri's Musings and Playing Along

It's beautiful Gemma, as are you. Glad you found Rebecca.


Thank you so much for your kind words. It is an honor to participate in this great cause for children. Thanks dearest rebecca for all you do.
with love

noelle clearwater

This is so beautiful! It takes my breath away. I will visit Gemma's blog. Thank you!

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