Showing posts from March, 2010

Art and Life

This weekend I witnessed two of life's greatest mysteries.
I met our little granddaughter, Chloe Maxine Conovitz, when she was only 30 minutes old and was totally enthralled with this little new life. As she stretched and gazed quietly around the room, we were all filled with the greatest hopes and dreams for her. These were the sweetest, sweetest moments.
During this time, our little doxie, Lola, was struggling from a serious disease. She was not going to get better. We had to make the painful decision to put her to sleep to keep her from suffering too much. We had to say good-bye to our little companion, a sweet, loving, gentle soul who had made her way into our hearts.
The glorious beginning, the heartbreaking end. In life, we are witness to both. We have wonderful memories of Lola and are so thankful that she came into our life. We learned from Lola the qualities of unconditional love, that each new day has such promise, and to be thankful for the small things (…