Tuesday, September 8, 2009

The Wake-Up Show

While on the Princess cruise ships I always enjoy my time as a guest on the morning news program! We have lots of fun!

Recently I was being honored at a party and who knew they make ice sculptures with my olives now! How funny!


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Amber said...

Hi there,
I just received an email from my sister telling me that one of your paintings might have been inspired by my dad who passed away in 2005 (Rob Clemens), he owned a clothing store on Main Street in Huntington Beach called the Tipsy Gypsy. I just wanted to see if he or his store had anything to do with your Tipsy Gypsy painting? My email is 2amberbaker@gmail.com if you have the time I would love to hear from you. Your art is amazing!!!!! Thank you.

Lisa Nichols said...

I was on the Princess Cruise and saw you paint and saw you wearing your kilt -- good look for you!

My son is a cancer survivor having been diagnosed with Leukemia in '05 at age 16. Thought you might like to check out what we're doing for teens diagnosed with cancer at www.teenslivingwithcancer.org. (My son is pictured with bulldog.)

The organization Melissa's Living Legacy Teen Cancer Foundation, based in Rochester, NY, is in its
9th year, we just got a permanent space and our teen program "Teens Living With Cancer", is very successful. Would you consider donating a small painting for our auction that is occuring on Oct.
17th? I could chat with you more about what we do or you could check us out at website.

I'd also like to offer my sincere sympathy over the death of your daughter. I've had the privilege to know some amazing teens battling cancer and their spirit never ceases to amaze me and teach me something.

Thank you for your personal contributions to fighting cancer and if you can help us in any way we will be so appreciative.

Sincerely, Lisa Nichols