Monday, August 3, 2009

Exceeding Satisfaction




When Mrs. Chen's youngest daughter realized that her brother had let Uncle Tu's bird, Exceeding Joy, escape, Mei Mei could not believe her good fortune. She had been quite bitter that Uncle Tu and her mother had chosen Lau San, instead of her, to be the bird's caretaker. She could not help but feel her own exceeding joy and satisfaction. "Ha!"

8 comments:

  1. Your art is simply gorgeous - so luminous and rich!

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  2. How I would love to own this piece. I am laughing over little Mei Mei's revenge!

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  3. i am loving this piece darling..thanks for sharing!!!

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  4. I am new to your blog and throughly enjoying your beautiful paintings and the stories that go with them.

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  5. Just wondering if you have thought of using Exceeding Joy as illustrations for a children's book? The paintings already tell a story, and this last one is so hilarious!
    Thanks for your nice comments on my blog. I still have not tried your technique, but got some good painting in over the weekend.
    Julie

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  6. I have thought about it. I have "Exceeding Joy" in many of my paintings because that darned bird was probably the biggest character on my street. When we get together, everyone has an "Exceeding Joy" story. I may just take up your suggestion.

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  7. I L*O*V*E this one! The expression on her face is hilarious!

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  8. Son bellisimosssssss,gracias por compartir cada uno de ellos,.Con cariñoVictoria.España

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