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Lovey the Cat

A very good friend of mine had a kitty that passed away shortly after our Gracie went over the Rainbow Bridge. He and his wife took it real hard, as it was unexpected. We grow attached to our furry friends, who in reality, are like family. When I learned of our friend’s loss, I decided to do something for them. The results is a digital art piece that they could mount on their wall and be reminded of their furry little kid. The piece is titled; “Lovey the Cat” and it brought me joy to do something special for good friends.

Lovey the Cat
“Lovey the Cat” © SCM 15″ x 34″ canvas

2 thoughts on “Lovey the Cat

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    1. Sorry to take so long to reply. How I do it is simply have a journal handy and put down your thoughts, regardless of how chaotic things or surroundings may be. Have a certain time to write, which can be early morning, night or whenever you slot it. For me, it’s usually a time in a coffee shop for a few hours. So, I would say, just carry a journal, jot down your thoughts and then find a time that works for you to write and then just do that: write whatever comes into your head. Later you can organize your words, perhaps in the next day’s writing time. There you go, hope this helps.

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