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Image Prompt: Nativity

Art Title: Nativity © Flor Larios Art
Visit her blog site to see additional artwork.
The artist lives in Miami, Florida. She is self-taught, and loves to
paint angels, fairies, nativities, and Frida Kahlo. Mostly folk art
with an old, rustic charm, she also creates art items and collages for
the home; in boxes, crosses, mirrors, ornaments, etc.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa.
No matter how you celebrate, Happy Holidays to all of you!
May there be Peace and Love in your world.

Writing Prompt
1) What is your favorite holiday tradition? Why? Make up a new one.

2) Who do you need to forgive?

3) "I am not a bell so distant nor a crystal so deeply buried that you can not decipher, I am only people, hidden door, dark bread, and when you receive me, you receive yourself, this guest beaten down so many times and so many times reborn." ~Pablo Neruda

Word Prompt
Spirit * Truth
Artwork used by permission from Flor Larios.


Anonymous said...

Beautiful artwork!

My favorite holiday tradition is the gathering around the dinner table. This is when love surrounds us all.

I need to forgive myself. I have so much guilt buried deep down inside that I can hardly breathe. But we are all imperfect beings, aren't we?

Merry Christmas, and thank you for your blog.

Donna said...

Merry Christmas to you. My favorite Christmas tradition is wrapping the gifts:) I don't know why. Perhaps the creativity and love behind it. Of course, unwrapping the gift is also a favorite!!

Kris said...

Merry Christmas.. hmm.. we really dont have a tradition here.. except for the 'a lil special' dinner the night before Christmas.. we're not a big fan of gifts though..

Dawnie said...

i love this piece..she does beautiful work.

Dana and Daisy said...

I like it a lot!

Sarah Copeland said...

My family celebrates Christmas on Dec. 24th, because of our German blood. Which I guess is a tradition of sorts. The one I love the most and will pass on to my children is the tradition of taking a christmas paper plate and putting one orange, one apple and an assortment of goodies on it. This I believe is the neatest simplest christmas gift. This year I did not have much in my fridge but did manage to find enough for half a plate each for the three of us, it had one orange, small handful of crackers, two pieces of 'cow' cheese, and four little chocolates.
Which we ate beneath our charlie brown Christmas tree. :)

Renee said...

I love the art work by Flor. Her stuff is beautiful and this picture really makes you think.

I especially love this painting as I bought it for my wonderful sister Jacquie for Christmas as she is the most God-like person I know.

Renee Khan

kathy n said...

this is a beautiful piece, that says it all! thanks flor!


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