A (somewhat) daily rambling on the life of a polymer Clay metal clay and Fused Glass artist/teacher/author.

Very soon my blog will move to my website...as soon as it is done that is. This blog will be my Theatrical life of directing The Secret Garden

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

My Darling honey

I won't be blogging for a while. My dear sweetheart, Phil, passed away on our European trip last Friday the 5th of December.

This image was taken in a restaurant in Barcelona, Spain.

See the joy in his face..... he was the light and love of my life.

This image was taken in 2002 in Montmarte, near the Sacre Coeur, on a butte in Paris. We had a pizza and wine in a outdoor cafe. This is the area where Pissarro, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh, Modigliani and Picasso created some of their incredible work.
Click on it, I made the background artfull but pale so he would stand out.
He was looking at me with such love.... I didn't see it until I worked on this image. I will miss him forever.


  1. I am so sorry to hear about your dear sweet Phil. My heart goes out to you...Love Always, Michelle (Trageser)

  2. I have never heard your name before or have been to your blog. I just happened to click on a link from the metal clay list. I read a few entries on your blog. I want to tell you, my heart goes out to you. I lost someone special last year and have another also battling cancer. It is hard. But, you will get through this! I want to let you know, some stranger in NY has you in her prayers.

  3. Hi Lorrene, I'm a fellow Blog Carnival writer and I just read about what happened on the group page. I am SO sorry for your loss. I don't quite know what more to offer than that and a virtual hug. I'm SO so sorry.

    My thoughts are with you, and I wish you nothing but love and peace as we go into what, I'm sure, will be a difficult season for you.

    Big hard hug,


  4. I am so very, very sorry for your loss of Phil, the love of your life. God Bless and comfort you.
    Penni Jo

  5. Thinking of you today, my friend, with a special prayer for him on the day of his wake.Lovely photos, filled with love and joy. I'm so happy I had the chance to meet him ... and to know you. Much love sent your way. Angela

  6. Dear Lorrene,
    I'm so very sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. It's obvious that the two of you shared a wonderful relationship and made many beautiful memories together. May all of those good times be a comfort to you now. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. My dear friend Lorrene~ You were so pointient in your dialog about Phil, I loved reading it, so bitter sweet my friend. His smile is so radiant in the photos one could almost feel the warmth through cyberspace. I flashed on the sculptures you both told stories about when I was at the house, you two are somethin else that's for sure! That "something" will be with you always no matter what. I love you Lorrene and keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Peace, Love & Light from Klewie