Excerpts from my friend Kathleen Anduze’s FaceBook page at
It was a warm summer day 2 years ago, when I took a drive out to Little Ed Hackett’s dairy farm in Salt Point. Although I can no longer drive, and many things have changed for me, there are some things that I will never forget- warm summer sun on the cornfields, cows grazing, and most of all, Ed’s kindness while showing me around.
Acrylic on canvas board. Knife & brush. 9×12″.
Truthful Kindness February 10, 2015 at 9:37am … can begin page on blog in order to add for newsletter at end of week
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