Anne Cameron Cutri

Anne Cameron Cutri
Northern, Pennsylvania, USA
November 09
This blog is about the journey from here to there. Early posts have devotional poetry and prose with scripture included. Many deal with the difficulty of having people in my life who are living with cancer and have died from cancer. Now I'm focusing on going back to college in my 50's and discovering a new path to direct my art--which is art therapy. _________________________________________ All of the artwork I created unless otherwise noted. If you'd like to buy one of my paintings or contact me to say oh, give me a million dollars to help me in my artistic endeavors : See my art and purchase prints here: orginals: merchandise: __________________________________________ The scriptures are usually taken from the New Revised Standard w/ apocrypha or the New King James.

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SEPTEMBER 17, 2010 9:21AM

Finally, A job

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magic rework copy 





After almost 6 months to the day I have found a job. I wanted to thank you all for helping me though a difficult summer and lending your encouragement, prayers,  and even monetary gifts and purchases. You saw me through and I am forever grateful. Bless you all!

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mazel tov and ENJOY!
Duane and Monkey, thanks, I am one week away from running out of unemployment and ideas of making ends meet!
Woo hoo! Congratulations!
I hear the relief in your voice and I hope they appreciate the gem they have just hired. Dreams are still there. You'll see.
poorsinner: I'll say! They said I had one position and then they said they were still interviewing candidates and then they finally offered me the position I originally applied for. It's half the pay of what I was getting at my old job, in one way, but they have great benefits, and with a child in need of braces, etc. that's worth a lot more!

Whoo hoo is right Caroline!!

Annaliese, you always see between the lines, or at least the tags. I hope you're right!
Anne, I'm happy, happy, happy for you. This makes my morning, thanks.
Bleu: it's nice to get some positive news every once in while, isn't it?
Yes! so very happy for you Anne, I hope you treat yourself to something nice your first paycheck...
Congratulations. Thanks for your comments on my posts and thanks for visiting my Knol articles. Is your new job in Arkansas? I lived in Oklahama and Texas and visited Arkansas few times.
Congratulations, Anne. Wish you all the best and happiness in your new job. You deserve it all. ~R
YAY!!! Very good news...
Rita, it's going to be a while before I am able to buy anything like that, I am so in the hole it's going to take a while to dig myself out.

Suresh Emre, Your welcome, interesting stuff. Yes the job is right here where I live. No commuting thank goodness!

FunSunA and Lunchlady, thank you for celebrating with me.
Awesome wonderfulness!!!!!!!
Robin, Pilgrim, Linda and Nick: Thanks, I think I have one nerve left that is quivering in anticipation of the new position and all it involves.Fortunately I have a week to prepare.
Hurray! I've been away and did not see this until now! How wonderful! Best of luck to you:)
good for you; it is very deserved
Susan and Kathy, thank you so much!
Bonnie, you crack me up! You're always on fire --a zest for life (and justice)! I'm going to be a frameshop manager at Michaels. It's a trade I have always fallen back on. I was hoping for something with more pay and or better hours, but I am thankful for anything at this point. It's a big company with room to grow which is good. They promote from within which is good. It seems everyone is really nice, and I'm hopeful that I'll still be able (have the energy) to teach art classes, and juggle my daughter's activities.
Congratulations, and I hope you find time for posting! :)
John, probably not, I barely have any time now.
Excellent job. I know you are thankful to have Art involved in what you do. Sharing good news helps so much. Keep it up!
Im really curious about the painting you posted. It almost looks like some kind of explosion!!
zanelle:Thank you! The painting is called "Magic" It is of a cut glass bowl and the abstract floating image I derived inspiration from a tutu. It's kind of like a tulle flower--a spiritual symbol for the fleeting changes and seasons in our life. The outside shaped canvas you can see one golden leaf dangling echoing the sentiment of change. I think I had winter in mind when I painted this.