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FOR JOHN…

My friend Brenda, in South Carolina, asked me to make a Bottle of Hope for her cousin John in Arizona who is fighting cancer. John likes golf so I made a golf ball on the top and a couple cactus for his home state.  I used Makin’s Clay® to cover a small insulin bottle that I had from Kinzee’s medicine. Prayers are going out to you John.

2016 Arizona Bottle of Hope

Monument Valley View. Monument Valley provides perhaps the most enduring and definitive images of the American West. The isolated red mesas and buttes surrounded by empty, sandy desert have been filmed and photographed countless times over the years for movies, adverts and holiday brochures. Because of this, the area may seem quite familiar, even on a first visit, but it is soon evident that the natural colors really are as bright and deep as those in all the pictures. The valley is not a valley in the conventional sense, but rather a wide flat, sometimes desolate landscape, interrupted by the crumbling formations rising hundreds of feet into the air, the last remnants of the sandstone layers that once covered the entire region. The area lies entirely within the Navajo Indian Reservation on the Utah/Arizona border; the state line passes through the most famous landmarks, which are concentrated around the border near the small settlement of Goulding – this was established in 1923 as a trading post, and provides basic visitor services

One Response

  1. Wow Pat, it’s so cool! I just adore it, and know he will, too.

    You are the most selfless person I know.

    xo

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