Monday, June 9, 2014

maya


in loving memory








13 comments:

  1. What an extraordinary woman she was. Such a loss to the world.

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  2. She was an inspiration to us all. May she rest in peace.

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  3. She was definitely one of a kind, and her talent made the world a better place.

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  4. It is so sad when someone with so much talent leaves us. RIP

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  5. She was an amazing lady. I hope you are fully recouperated from your bout with the flu:)

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  6. That's a beautiful portrait. It feels like the world isn't the same without Maya. Of course, her words and spirit live on, but there was a comfort knowing she was alive.

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  7. Brilliant woman indeed. Have a lovely Thursday.

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  8. Great tribute. I love that picture. Her legacy will live on through her words and the lives she touched.

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  9. What a beautiful painting and a wonderful tribute. Your comment on my blog made my giggle. Please check out why here. http://beadwright.blogspot.com/2014/06/nicole-aka-annie-oakley.html
    After you comment I had to tell this story about myself.
    Have a great evening
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  10. She left a legacy. So glad we have her work to continue to inspire us.

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  11. An inspiration now and always. We saw her here in Edmonton a couple of years ago when she was doing a lecture tour. She was in a wheelchair then and only strong enough to speak for about an hour. But she spoke beautifully and without notes! It was so wonderful to listen to her stories.

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