Saturday, July 11, 2009

Pablove In Paint

The Pablove mural on Dangerbird HQ is almost done. Check it out if you're nearby - corner of Sunset + Lucile.

19 comments:

Christine Craven said...

There is absolutely nothing that I can say that sounds nice or comforting, but I have to say that my family has been touched by your experience. We have a little boy just like your little Pablo, and this just makes us think even more how every precious moment we have with him is a blessing. Thank YOU for that. We are so, so sorry for your loss and can only hope that the pain subsides at some point to be bearable.

stephanie said...

it's soooo beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Incredible...

Molly Böttcher

Nancy said...

Just wanted to pop in and look at sweer Pablo's face. Thinking of you and praying you are finding some comfort in between the tears.

Anonymous said...

Stunning! Can't wait to go by. What a fitting celebration of life. Oh, and please check your FB mssgs. I've left a brief note.

Heather said...

Oh boy do you know we travel that way often~!!Mark works off of Orange too.He'll spin by lots and blow tons of kisses P's way.Emailed you back my friend.Hey, I notice the time on that email ...you know,you could call if you wanted.I'd always answer for you.Always.

Heather said...

Oh boy do you know we travel that way often~!!Mark works off of Orange too.He'll spin by lots and blow tons of kisses P's way.Emailed you back my friend.Hey, I notice the time on that email ...you know,you could call if you wanted.I'd always answer for you.Always.

Anonymous said...

im so sorry for your pain and heartbreak because sadly,i personally know what you are going through right now..and there is no other way to describe it except that is just plain...SUCKS.
I , too, went through many a nights, lying awake,with tears running down my face, just wondering exactly where my boy was...and if he was now okay. I guess we will know when its our time for us to know and until then, we can only hope and believe that they are now okay in Heaven. Thank you for sharing your son with all of us. I wish I was that brave to blog about these sort of things, but I can barely share the feelings with myself without breaking down..you are quite brave and i admire you for that. .Never fear, your son will never be forgotten.

A forever Daddy to Adam
4/13/01-12/20/08

Damn you, Neuroblastoma

Anonymous said...

Father Dominic Peridans, of St. Louis Parish in Clarksville Maryland, asked for prayers and intentions for Pablo today at mass. Father Dominic officiated Jason Free's Texas wedding in March.

Haven said...

A beautiful blue butterfly followed me around today for a few minutes, circling me. Pablo is everywhere.

Just wondering, you mention Polly and Pablo often on this blog, is she your daughter?

Miss Becky said...

the mural is beautiful. thank you for sharing with those of us who live a distance away and cannot be there to see it.

Kevin said...

Our hearts are filled with love, every day, for Pablo and your family. We notice the doves and each butterfly that flutters past. Thank you for that- thank you for sharing your story, it has touched us deeply. We check in every day to hear how you all are doing and to catch a glimpse of Pablo's contagious smile. Your story and your wonderful telling of it has made us feel like you are family, always.
the kavanaughs, PWS, Sierra Madre

Tish Hearne said...

A WORK OF BREATHTAKING ART!!

Tish Hearne said...

WHAT A BREATHTAKING WORK OF ART!!!

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, and with your beautiful Pablo.... constantly!

Our love,
The Hearnes

Shawn Vezinaw said...

I drove by on Saturday, was great to see and the blue building makes it pop! Loving it! All the best

Anonymous said...

my daughter and I went by the studio the other day to check on the mural. It is a fabulous tribute to P.
Love and hugs to you, Jo Ann, and Grady.
Kathy R.

Andy Pants! said...

It's beautiful. What a wonderful visual tribute to Pablo and a great message to us all. Thanks.

Dawn said...

That looks amazing; can't wait to see it in person.

lara plutte-breitenbach said...

i pointed out the painting, the tribute in art to pablo, to mercer just the other day as we drove by, and i saw it for the first time. all i heard from the back car booster seat was, "THAT'S AWESOME!"