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  1. darcytozier says:

    Really like the Hulga series and the plaster and paper mâché bones are great. Working on a series of bones myself made from wool. Thanks for adding to my inspirations.

  2. Lisa Jaramillo says:

    I will keep your family in my prayers. We must have been 5 years old when we met. That was when I met our great grandfather. I will keep in touch.

  3. Lisa Jaramillo says:

    Hi Anita, my name is Lisa Jaramillo. I am related to you. Your Uncle Ellis Hobbs is my great Uncle. Beulah Austin is my grandmother, Vonda Brown is my mother. I keep in touch with your mom through our family website, but noticed your mom was not on their much lately so I sent her a card. She wrote me back letting me know about your father. I am so sorry to hear about what you all are going through. She also gave me your website. We are 7 months difference in age. I was born March 23, 1959. Your mom tells me she was going to name you Lisa until she found out my mom already did. ha I just retired from my job with the Navy as a graphic artist. I have osteoarthritis in one hip and had a hip resurfacing replacement. I was intrigued with your bones collection. We have alot of simularities in our life, I noticed. I love the creative design world and you have been blessed with this gift. I am so glad you are able to enjoy your work as I did.

    • Dear Lisa,
      I remember you. I think we met one time when we were children. What we are going through with my Dad is a heart-breaker. I’d love you to read my blog article about him called Don’t Stop Believing. How amazing we both are artists! I was in the graphic design field for a number of years and loved it (most of it…ha!) Thank you so much for reading my blog! Much love, anita

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