One of my favorite places, down at the ball field.
Comments I copied from my facebook page.
Your paintings rival Mattisse. Mika M.
I love these paintings. They remind me of a friend that I love and adore. Deb H.
It looks like Van Gogh stopped by your house. Tanya M.
I love mine. Kelli B.
Oh, these are just wonderful! What a great collection! Tracey H.
Love your art work Julie. Love that it comes from within and shows your true spirit about life, love and true happiness. Rose O.
I like the frame and picture……..Jon D.
It looks even better on my wall! Chassity H.
Me too!!! LOVE love LOVE it! xox Diana O.
I LOVE it!!! Stephanie M
Your painting looks amazing! — you absolutely hit the mark! Good job! Maria P.
So pretty julie bulie. you’ve got talent baby Reka C.
Are these for sale? Nicholas M.
When I look at this it makes me feel happy, happy, happy! Rose O.
It’s very warm, I like it. Peter B.
Julie I just want to say good job! I have noticed that sverytime you post a painting they keep getting better and better! I think you are better than Picasso! James L.
Ma quanti…che belli!!! Deborah L.
Julie, don’t mistake innocence for childish, their beautiful!! Dieter B.
Oh, Julie! These are just lovely! Tracy T.
I like the colors very much. Susan W.
Your brilliant…. many blessings to you! Go girl !!! Brenda W.
Comments below are from an earlier contest that is now closed. Thank you guys for leaving your lovely messages.
I’ve read three of her books, and in all of them, she encouraged women to have a steely work ethic, to dream big, and to pursue goals with all their might. She talked about being the first to arrive at the office and the last to leave. Pinching pennies. Exercising. She was brazenly candid about how she pursued her goals. Comment left on Helen Gurley Brown’s Obituary.