10 responses to “Althea 6

    • Thank you so much for your kind comment. It is a Rose of Sharon, but the common name I have always heard is Althea Bush. My mother’s name was Althea Rose and the story goes that outside my grandmother’s window grew roses and althea bushes, and that is how she got her name. Thanks again, skip

    • Hi Dessa. I am so sorry to be so late in replying, but I am in MS with my sister who is ill. She just got out of the hospital after a week’s stay…and I am in MS helping care for her house and pet. I do appreciate your comment very much and I especially appreciate your donation to the site. I will be sending a note about that soon. Enjoy, Skip

      • Skip I hope your Sister is doing better. Please no notes required! What you do is already enough, please concentrate on the important things, I know your heart is in the right place, that is why you give them away! Please enjoy her while you can and have fun looking through all your old things:-) We all miss you in the painter community and look forward to when you get back, but we also know that sometimes life is more important and you need to take a break. Enjoy and hope to hear that she is doing well and to see you back soon!

        • Thank you so much Dessa, My sister is doing well and I have care givers with her for 14 hours a day, which has allowed me to return to my home in GA. I have been here about a week. So far I have been able to manage any issues from GA and I think that will be the case from now on. I will return to MS in April. Joy has follow-up doctor appointments and I need to take her. I should be there about a week and then back to GA. As you can see, my life is returning to normal and I hope I will be posting to the blog more frequently. Thank you so much for your support. Enjoy, Skip

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