In recent years she has worked primarily in acrylic paint, chalk pastel and watercolor, doing mostly figurative and still life paintings. Debbie lives and works in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. We keep at it for a few months. We know whether we are satisfied with the way we fill the roles we have; parent, girlfriend, step-mother, daughter or sister. We know about the place we live, if it nourishes or depletes us. What impact would it have on you? We find comfort in what is hard and unfair.
Although I hope for tomorrow. We know, if we choose to learn from the life situations we experience, or if we choose to be overthrown or do other wrongs. Who do you even talk to and about what, if complaining or drama is not in the game? We are confident with our mediocre satisfaction. The answer may seem daunting to many of us.
She had played her role of a lifetime so incredibly beautiful. Debbie Callahan was born and raised in South Bend, Indiana and from an early age showed interest in painting and drawing. I was at the funeral last week. Who can you talk to about your desires and wishes, when you decide to create the best life you can possibly have? Debbie has exhibited widely, received several awards, and her work has been included in numerous exhibit periodicals and catalogues. Know that love really is the only thing.
Most of us know deep down what is good for us. Having always worked with the public, she is well respected and has excellent communication skills. Suddenly she was removed from this earth. Was she proud and happy about the life she had created? Debbie is working out of our Kent Island Office and would love to hear from you. The answer seems overwhelming, so we remain who we are.
What is needed, is that we have the optimum in all our areas of life. She is active in several art organizations and related activities. It overwhelms us and makes us paralyzed, so we stay where we are. As a proud mother and grandmother, Debbie knows first-hand the importance of home ownership and a happy family lifestyle. And perhaps numb out to keep going. What kind of opposition from others would occur, if you did something about it? It made a deep impression on me.
. She has studied with many accomplished artists, including James Hempel, Terry Stanley, Joy Moon and Fred Bell. I think it is based on several things: The desired result. We know about the relationships we are in, if it makes us more of who we are or less. Her contributions to the world. Tomorrow I will do something about it.
While passionate about the water, local seafood and playing a little golf, the Eastern Shore has been the perfect place to live and raise her family. But we have not done anything about it. Let us strive to create harmonious fusion families instead of discordant by doing what it takes. I magine how my second-cousin in the coffin is looking back at her life. We are not accustomed to feeling good in all life areas.
We know that the friendships we have, if they are complete us or drain us. Just trying to survive as best as I can. Am I happy and proud? Let us use death as a memorial to Celebrate Life. This also applies to the love of ourselves.
Notify me of new posts by email. The stories we tell ourselves are very important for what we imagine we can accomplish and are worthy of anything and everything in our lives. We know how to work-out. Is it ok that someone like you is doing well, or does it fit with the story you created about, what you can accomplish in this life? Let us inspire each other to turn the inertia spiral into a loving and nourishing action spiral, so we do not settle.
We have all the answers we need. Nothing like death trigger reflections on life! Sincerely, Charlotte Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. We talk with friends about it. It need not be large, hard step I take, but small loving step in the direction that nourishes me and where I am proud of myself. I hope she saw how many people who had come to say thank you and goodbye. We choose whether we are listening.