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Flooding Concerns

While flooding in Grand Forks is no longer a danger, Eastern North Dakota remains wet enough to keep farmers from spring planting.  It's Western North Dakota which has residents sandbagging, evacuating homes, and reaching out to one another.  My brother in Minot has his son, son's roommate, and "Sunny" the cat as house guests when they evacuated their apartment by Sammy"s Pizza for higher ground.  They are all heading for Bismarck to build shelves for other relatives threatened by rising waters.  A friend called from Canada telling of destruction from storms on Lake Manitoba north of Grand Forks.  Between heat lightening sky shows, pea-size hail, and tornado warnings making my adrenalin run, I need an outlet for this energy.  My watercolor palette does not dry out.  I continue to paint "Olive Garden" and "Purple Iris".  Watch for them on my slide show.  Four of my works are on display with my book at Urban Stampede, the World's Smallest Gallery.  Three more works can be viewed at Dakota Harvest, part of the June 18th Art and Wine Walk in Grand Forks.

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fake oakley on Tuesday, May 07, 2013 5:11 AM
There's the moving news you've written.Hope you like mine,too!
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